Even in 1976, there weren't a lot of F3s in mainline service
GP7's #72 and #61 at the concrete roundhouse in Millinocket.
F3 #45 and BL2 #56 await the call to duty at Oakfield.
Railfan friendly BAR paid tribute to the fans who made the trip up to Maine to see their rolling diesel museum by painting a BL2 back to it's original colors and # and named it the "American Railf... (more)
Ouch! Was in a ''don't know what to do with it'' deadline
BAR 97 GP-38 leased to the D&H at Conklin yard 17FEB89
In the early 70's power short CP leased a dozen Bangor & Aroostook geeps to help out the power pool. BAR 74 is the high-lite of a dreary day of railfanning the Vancouver area.
BAR was a "working museum" in the late '70's. This was a typical scene at NMJ during that era.
The BAR was an extraordinary railroad in many ways. Not the least was it's friendship with railfans evidenced here by BL-2 557 "The American Railfan".