MEC 353 sits awaiting an assignment in the thick morning fog as two sets of GP9's get serviced.
MEC GP40 354 and two sisters lead MOPO (Mohawk Yard to Portland) over the Deerfield River and into East Deerfield Yard, as seen from the railfan bridge over the west end of the yard.
Even the birds were suprised to see an actual train rolling through the East Deerfield yard.
MEC 353 rolls out from behind the tower at East Deerfield.
It's great to see GP9's still in regular freight service.
The ex-B&M tower in the East Deerfield yard gets silhouetted by the yard lights underneath the stars.
Two GP40s (349 and 347, ex-CR, PC 3264 and 3260, nee-EMDX 15 and 11, blt. 4/69) and GP40-2LW 517 (ex-CN, HLCX 9660, blt. Spring '76) get today's EDPO started east with mostly slurry loads and pape... (more)
Unique B&M logo. An idea from the Boston and Maines president's wife. Locomotive is a rare EMD F2(A). 4 units on the B&M. So far only F2 picture in RP.NET.
Guilford Rail System units heading for the servrice track
All of Guilfords wreck equipment is seen here at East Deerfield yard including two cranes after cleaning up a big wreck in West Deerfield.
After tying the train down in the yard, the power off of the WASE heads through the interlocking to get over to the shop.
The highlight of the day was the two GP9s of the yard switcher shoving a Mt. Tom coal train up out of the yard onto the Conn. River Line. They sounded good and cut off on the fly, not bad for 200... (more)
CP units 9017,9011 and 5961 coming into GRS East Deerfield Yard after dropping its train
Guilford LOED has a mixed bag of engines today as it crosses the Connecticut River approaching its final destination, East Deerfield yard.
LOED power headed for the house with an SD70M-2, NS 8442, NS 8775 and ST GP35 208.