One of the few spots where you can get long views of trains in this part of Maine without trees in the way.
PORU with three Guilford painted units running elephant style passes by some water and approaches a small bridge over it.
Leaves beginning to grow on trees make it clear that it's springtime, as NMED passes a farm in Yarmouth on an absolutely gorgeous evening.
Children enjoying a morning in the park pause to watch to the passing train. I tried to get a little railfanning in while visiting colleges in Tennessee.
POWA heads through Danville Junction on a warm spring evening. It will soon meet WASE at Rumford Junction.
A Brunswick Extra with 326 and 381 leads two gondolas to Grimmel's in Topsham on the six miles of the Lewiston Lower Branch that were recently reopened. Not too long ago, grade crossings on both ... (more)
Two engines, two cars. Brunswick Extra 326 is en route to Grimmel's on the recently a reopened portion of the Lewiston Lower Branch. Not long ago, this crossing had exempt signs on it and asphal... (more)
Thanks to the leaves not being on the trees yet, I was able to find a nice spot to watch and shoot PORU crossing the Presumpscot River.
Heading through downtown Monmouth past a general store and church.
WASE runs parallel to Maranacook Lake in Winthrop. Maranacook is the second of three lakes that the old MEC Back Road runs next to between Waterville and Leeds Jct. The other two are Messalonskee ... (more)
WASE passes an old gas pump at Maranacook Market on Main Street in Readfield.
Passing by the bogs of Readfield.
PORU is struggling out of Leeds Junction through early morning fog with a train of slurry.
PORU enters Lewiston as it crosses the Androscoggin on a chilly spring morning. The train will wait at Fairgrounds east while POWA finishes work at Leeds Jct.