A loaded oil train with B&M and MEC geeps calling itself "OI-28" smokes it up after passing through Old Town Yard. They are headed toward MP-41 where they will have to wait a bit for track work to... (more)
Amtrak train 688 cruises through the neighborhoods in Portland, ME as a young train watcher observes.
MMA freight train headed west crossing Ships Pond Stream on Onawa Trestle. From Brownville bound for Montreal carrying a few freight and many empty oil cans. Photographer: Tim Smith
Former Rock Island U25B #229 leads a Maine Central freight switching at the crossing of the Grand Trunk in a driving rain storm.
MARJ sits on the Mainline at MP172 in New Gloucester waiting for the plow extra to clear the main up ahead. This train sat through Blizzard Nemo so it has yet to plow to the fresh snow.
New England Heritage: Pam Am Railways' heritage unit, Boston and Maine No. 77, rolls along the Kennebec River near Hinkley, Maine on Jan. 5, 2013. The locomotive was painted in August 2011 ... (more)
Mother nature had dumped about 3 inches of snow the night prior making the 3 time a week eastbound earn every dollar of pay. Slowing for a pick-up at Mattawamkeag from Pan Am Rail the train rolls ... (more)
A New Brunswick Southern freight with an all leased lashup pulls into the cautionary yard limits at Brownville Jct. with a long train from New Brunswick Canada. The lead locomotive is one of two ... (more)
511, the only remaining unit in the Pan Am light blue scheme, leads POWA across a bridge slightly east of Bartlett Road in Belgrade.
The Paper Train from Rigby Yard, South Portland, ME Is departing Waterville headed for Rumford.
Power off The Rumford Freight gets positioned on the turntable. Photographer ken Patton reports that it was still possible to roam around railroad property in the sixties with out being thrown out... (more)
Check out the name of the Chinese restaurant!
Two high-hood GP40s get the call for todays POED. This train would meet Amtrak 693 at Dover and be overtaken by Amtrak 694 at Newfields making it an easy chase.
Heading south past Masardis Trading Post.
Unbelievable: That's what I thought when I first heard of a Pan Am 'heritage' program; After all, under all that blue paint, it was still Guilford. Wasn't it? Well it only took one afternoo... (more)