The NMJ switcher is a single man remote control Job where the remote operator acts as the engineer, conductor and section man. It is a tuff job when you have blizzard conditions.
Pan Am has a new paint scheme a darker blue than before. Most likely you will see this on their locomotives in the future.
Pan Am high nose GP 40 leads BABK out of NMJ headed to Bangor. The train had 3 other units another GP35 and 2 GP40s with 40 cars.
MMA 2005 one of the six B23-7 ex BNSF B23-7 is working with the remote VB2 after a snow storm switching the warehouse.
MMA 8539 on eight track receiving at NMJ picking up a set off by Pan Am Railways.
MMA 8569 rests at Northern Maine Jct in Hermon, ME before heading up to Millinocket the following day.
Pan Am railways MABA lead by B&M 333 is coming into NMJ after a snow storm.
The PAN AM Railways new diesel paint scheme has 2 different styles for the right and left side. Here the left side has PAN AM in big letters while the right side has Pan Am Railways plus the logo... (more)
Finally Pan American Railways has a locomotive to match their new boxcars.
GRS switcher BA2 pulls a string of cars from track 8 the interchange track with Montreal Maine and Atlantic Railroad.
Departing Northern Maine Jct. Yard for Searsport, Maine, MMA-painted B40-8 8569 leads the new addition to the fleet - dome car Sierra Hotel.
MMA Board of Directors Train heading to Searsport
One of the more difficult times to railroad in heavy snow. The conductor is walking in deep snow to get to the Terminal while the Engineer is applying the handbrake on 208
8536 is doing a little reflecting on itself before going on duty
NBS 2319 on loan to MMA working as the Switcher at NMJ. Notice it has VB 2 cpupled to it. Nice color combination