Pan Am Railways EDPO, which is usually a unit slurry train on Sundays is seen creeping through Tewksbury on Easter Sunday about to take Lowell Junction with a pair of GEs begging for paint.
Pan Am train AYPO (Ayer, MA to Portland ME) is seen entering Lowell Junction.
A trio of ex-CSX C40-8's lead BFPO (Bellows Falls, VT to Portland, ME) towards the junction with the MBTA's Haverhill Line. BFPO is a unit train of limestone slurry for paper making.
Before The Sisters. Before Pan Am traded two Geeps to Conway Scenic for the now-familiar FP9s, widecabs 516 and 517 were the regular power for the OCS. Here Extra 517 heads south at... (more)
Spreading it's wings south of the Maine border, newly painted Pan Am Railways (Guilford) engine 505 is seen here with a westbound freight WAED looking as blue as the sky on a beautiful late fall d... (more)
BN U33C/GP9/F45 lash-up moves a southbound freight through Everett, WA.