An ex-ATSF GP7U rests in the Hyannis Yard at Cape Cod on a very sunny and unusually warm October day. Very nice to see one of these locomotives still in operation since there aren't that many left... (more)
The Cape Cod Central excursion train returns from a scenic excursion along the Cape Cod Canal passing along the perimeter fence of the Hyannis Airport. Overhead is a Cape Air Cessna 402 on final a... (more)
Mass Coastal 2009 (ex-IC GP28) at the yard in Hyannis as night closes in. Thanks go to Marc for the lighting.
Mass Coastal 2009 a GP28 of Illinois Central heritage is seen in the Hyannis yard parked next to FL9M 2011, acquired in 2018 from Connecticut Department of Transportation, originally New Haven. Th... (more)
Mass Coastal 2010, a GP50 of Chicago & Northwestern heritage is seen sitting in the yard for the weekend.
The Cape Flyer is tied down in Hyannis after traveling from Boston. Later in the evening, the train will make the return trip. Sadly it will be delayed due to striking a pedestrian in Wareham.
Mass Coastal 2026 (former New Haven unit) sits in Hyannis yard after being delivered from Middleboro with MC FL9M 2011. MC 2007 is in the background. Once restored to service, 2026 and 2011 will o... (more)
The Cape Cod Brunch Train nears the end of its trip as Mass Coastal 2009 enters the wye just north of Hyannis, MA.
The afternoon Cape Cod Central RR excursion train pauses at the Hyannis station, with plenty of time until it's 2:30 departure. The GP7 will push it toward Sagamore and then lead it back to Hyanni... (more)
The evening Cape Flyer is boarding passengers in Hyannis. Soon it will depart for Boston.
Mass Coast GP7u 2006 and SLRG E9 2400 are parked in the Hyannis Yard with two passenger cars..
The MBTA Cape Flyer is pulling into the station in preparation for the evening departure to Boston.
The Cape Cod Railroad's two F10's, 1114 and 1100, are the power for this excursion train. It is photographed in Hyannis Yard as it prepares to depart for Sagamore.
The Cape Cod Central's diner train prepares to depart the Hyannis station. Power is a rare GP28. EMD only produced 31 of these locomotives from March 1964 through November 1965. It is essentially ... (more)