WANM rolls through downtown Pittsfield.
488 passes through downtown Bath, twenty minutes away from Brunswick.
People waiting in line for lobster rolls at Red's Eats turn around to watch the passenger train roll by. As you can see, traffic on Route 1 in the Wiscasset area really builds up this time of year... (more)
516 crosses Cedar Street on the west leg of the Lewiston Lower Branch wye as it is being turned around.
DJ-1/NMED slows down as it approaches New Gloucester East for a crew change.
A 119 car NMED passes by some large fields and a pair of silos in Cumberland on hot summer evening.
A 119 car DJ-1/NMED passes by a small pond between Rumford Jct. and Danville Jct. in Auburn. This crew will go as far as New Gloucester where a relief crew will pick up the train.
RUPO interrupts the peace and quiet at Leeds Junction on an unbeatable summer evening in Maine.
POWA at the entrance to the County Jail off Congress Street in Portland. Some of the city's buildings can seen in the background; the one on the left is part of the Maine Medical Center hospital. ... (more)
POWA passes Bruno's Resturant and Tavern at Allen Ave. It will pick up two hot cars from the "Falmouth" siding east of the crossing and then proceed east.
RUPO passes by a big patch of wild berries in Yarmouth.
Seen from the Veterans Memorial Bridge, RUPO crosses the Fore River. I found a shot on railpictures of a different RUPO train taken by Bill Wilder in 1987 at this same spot, (Railroad: Pan Am RailwaysLocomotive: EMD GP40Location: South Portland, Maine, USALocomotive #: MEC 307Train ID: RUPOPhoto Date: July 22, 2010
Led by two blue GP40s, RUPO crosses the Presumpscot River on a beautiful summer afternoon.
The sunset's colors glow on 514 and the rest of WASE as it passes through Danville Junction. The rails and ties closest to the dirt road are part of the Danville Jct. rebuilding process, which se... (more)
RUPO is seen shoving its train back up the Rumford branch after picking up some cars. Once the train is east of Star, the crew will turn 321 on the wye before heading west.