At NMJ, the power was turned and the 8569 readied to lead the Job 410 south to Searsport. The train is seen easing past the Maine Salt Company building at Northern Maine Jct.
After the work was completed at Kidder's Point, the MMA Job 410 had radioed the Customer Service Center to see about adding a generator car to a long cut of gasoline tankers at the port. The trai... (more)
Ex BNSF B23-7 leads Job 420 into Searsport but before it could go further several switches had to be shoveled out. Like most railroads many workers have been layed off so Brad and Jay Engineer an... (more)
With a dozen - time sensitive - cars needed at the Bucksport IP mill, Pan Am dispatched GP40 307 from Northern Maine Jct. as a single unit to move the freight. A new snowfall had impacted operatio... (more)
The Northern Maine Jct. - Waterville leg of new train symbol NMAY crosses the highway in Etna, ME behind ST GP9s 71, 72 and MEC GP40 373 with MEC GP40-2LW 515.
On a gorgeous yet frigged January day, four photographers find themselves in downeast Maine along Maine Eastern’s Rockland Branch to shoot MERR GP9 764 lead a freight from Rockland to Brunswick an... (more)
MABA rolls through Vezie after a snow storm, MEC 505 is trailing. Notice the blue bell with gold stars.
Running with a short train today the MABA plows threw 12 inches of fresh snow
511, 380, 507
Pan Am's newest painted unit going over the MEC's famous Tin Bridge between bangor and Hampden
A 2 ft. gauge Henschel Tank Locomotive pulls an hourly train ride at Maine's Boothbay Railway Village. This unique museum displays the history of rural Maine from the 1800s through the early 190... (more)
Over the river... After making a station stop in Bath, Maine Eastern FL9 emerges from the Kennebec River bridge and crosses Route 127 in Woolwich. The roadway above used to carry Route 1, b... (more)
Maine Eastern Plow Extra 764 East cruises across the causeway at Wiscasset, Maine on January 17, 2008. In the distance looms Tucker Castle.
With Pan Am GP40-2 511 leading the way, GRS train NMED passes a frozen bog at Readfield, Maine on January 12, 2008.