"Nor'easter Just A Warm Up" was the headline of the Portland Press Herald on the morning of December 23, 2008 as northern New England and its railroads cleaned up from one of the first major winte... (more)
Can you say buried in snow.
UP's rotary snow plow clears the yard at Sharon Springs on the first day of 2007
B&M plow extra 313 north is making its way towards Concord, NH.
After spending several hours rerailing at Cavendish, VT RS-1 #405 along with its plow are on there way to Bellows Falls about to cross Route 103 in the waning sunlight.
The WSOR plow extra sprints north to Oshkosh through Pickett, WI kicking the white stuff everwhere!
Two MEC plows make up this NHN plow extra as they begin the run north.
Pan Am Railways plow extra heads to NMJ with the newly restored MEC Russell Plows and Pan Am 511. This has been the worst winter as far as snowfall in years.
With borrowed MEC plows on each end, NHN's plow extra works south to clear their 38 mile main line of this winters record setting snowfall.
With borrowed MEC plows on each end, NHN's plow extra works north to clear their 38 mile main line of this winters record setting snowfall. While the snow depth is not much here, deeper snow banks... (more)
A plow extra heads west through open country west of North Prairie with Jordan Spreader WSOX 9 being pushed by the 4006.
A plow extra heads west through Eagle with Jordan Spreader WSOX 9 being pushed by the 4006.
Cleaning up after the plowing the day before, plows work best at 30 to 40 MPH as you can see.