The conductor of Boston & Maine train EDSP (East Deerfield to Springfield, MA) rides the steps as his GP9/GP18 duo pulls a string of empty hoppers out of the Mount Tom power plant in Easthampton, ... (more)
Since a recent collapse has closed the Hoosac Tunnel for an indefinite amount of time, Pan Am and Pan Am Southern are detouring their manifest trains over Vermont Rail Systems trackage. On Februar... (more)
Having just emerged from the eastern portal of the short tunnel under W Mt Royal Ave, Q438-19 is east on the single main, Baltimore Terminal Subdivision, as it passes the MTA Light Rail University... (more)
The morning light shines off the 2 GE's just before the crew starts their day on PL-1
Despite another snowstorm in the Boston area, Pan Am Railways local LA-1 still has its work to do. Here they are seen shoving liquified carbon dioxide tank cars on to the lead for Praxair in Tewks... (more)
The Providence & Worcester Railroad's Blackstone Valley Polar Express is boarding for the 10 am trip to "The North Pole."
Looking more like Waterville, Maine than Conklin, New York, the Delaware & Hudson East Binghamton engine house lead has five Maine Central U-boats preparing to get on the road. It’s the day afte... (more)
Wearing a fresh coat of Guilford gray, the Boston & Maine's road slug set consisting of slug 100 and GP40-2 parents 301 and 300 heads up train POPY (Portland, ME, to Potomac Yard) westbound at Aye... (more)
ST PORU crosses the Androscoggin River into Lewiston, ME with a veteran GP40 consist.
Down to his CB&Q cap and overalls, Roger was the engineer this day. The cab of the BN 9908.
Pan Am train ST RUPO departs Livermore Falls with a fresh crew on board. BM GP40 330 and MEC GP40-2LW 518 are leading today's train out of Rumford.
Pan Am Portland-Rumford freight crossing the Androscoggin River in Auburn, ME with BM 326 (GP40) leading.
Santa Fe F7A 347C and F7B unit in Old Sacramento, at the California State Railroad Museum. July 13, 1990.
Portland Terminal Company, once jointly owned by the Maine Central and the Boston & Maine, later a subsidiary of the Maine Central, served the local industries in Portland, South Portland, and We... (more)