The Northern Maine Jct. - Waterville leg of new train symbol NMAY is seen working up the short grade through Pittsfield, ME, while passing the restored MEC station behind ST GP9s 71, 72 and MEC GP... (more)
The Northern Maine Jct. - Waterville leg of new train symbol NMAY is seen accelerating out of Pittsfield, ME behind ST GP9s 71, 72 and MEC GP40 373 with MEC GP40-2LW 515.
The Northern Maine Jct. - Waterville leg of new train symbol NMAY is seen heading downgrade at Burnham, ME passing a skid mill behind ST GP9s 71, 72 and MEC GP40 373 with MEC GP40-2LW 515.
Having been built as Boston & Maine GP9 1838 in 1957, Pan Am Railways ST GP9 77 soldiers on in yard duty at the railroad's Waterville, Maine facility.
PAS NMED-26 arrives Waterville Yard with a trio of 4-axle geeps - MEC GP40 373; MEC GP40-2LW 513 and MEC GP40 313; as SAPI-3 works the yard with ST GP9s 62 and 51.
BM plow #3738, MEC Plow #80, BM GP40 #332 make up this plow extra headed south towards North Chelmsford for a trip around the wye.
Power For Todays SEED Idling away
Few things stay constant in New England Railroading. In the almost 15 years I've been shooting, railroads have come and gone, lines abandonded, others reopened. One thing that has changed little h... (more)
Pan Am Railways PONM and NMPO meet in Hermon showing off the three different color schemes.
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
On a quiet Indian Summer afternoon a Guilford painted geep reposes at Rochingham Junction at the start of the Portsmouth Branch. Overhead is an ancient "Telltale" that has not served a purpose in... (more)
A venerable high-hood Geep threads slowly into the north end of the former B&M yard with a rail train.