Mass Coastal GP28 2009 leads train MC-1 south through West Barnstable on a sunny November morning.
MC 2009 (ex-IC GP28) runs light engine southbound from Rochester to North Falmouth, MA, passing along the Pocasset River in Pocasset.
Mass Coastal 2009 (ex-IC GP28) crosses Cohasset Narrows in Bourne, MA with a ballast train and a transformer load on the head pin. The transformer is destined for Hyannis, and the ballast will be ... (more)
On May 8th, 2020 Mass Coastal Railroad ran an extra train to Hyannis. The train included four hopper cars that dumped ballast at points along the way. More intersting was a depressed flatcar behin... (more)
On May 8th, 2020 Mass Coastal Railroad ran an extra train to Hyannis. The train included four hopper cars that dumped ballast at points along the way. More interesting was a depressed flatcar behi... (more)
Mass Coastal 2009 (ex-IC GP28) sets out 2 C&D loads in the Alden siding in Lakeville, MA. Usually, trains don't travel west (timetable north) on the Middleboro Subdivision in the afternoon, so hav... (more)
Mass Coastal 2009 (ex-IC GP28) leads a train from North Falmouth through Bourne, MA at the Back River, bound for Middleboro. The train is traveling on MC's Falmouth Line, which was once New Haven'... (more)
Mass Coastal 2009 (ex-IC GP28) heads north with 2 loads from Cavossa Disposal Corp. in North Falmouth. The train passes through Monk's Park on it's way to Middleboro to interchange with CSX.
Mass Coastal GP28 2009 rolls through a coastal scene as it passes Monks Park on the Falmouth Line header north with two loads for Middleboro
Mass Coastal Railroad’s GP28 2009 rolls north at Taylor with the 544ft long Cape Cod Canal Lift Bridge, which it just crossed, looming in the background.
Mass Coastal 2009 (ex-IC GP28) passes the Cummaquid Golf Course in Yarmouth, MA with the empty southbound Energy Train.
Mass Coastal 2009 (ex-IC GP28) leads the southbound Energy Train through West Barnstable, MA. The Energy Train generally runs weekday mornings from the SEMASS plant in Rochester to the transfer st... (more)