“Pine Tree Detour”Operating on B&O’s Philadelphia Sub, a Maine Central extended vision caboose brings up the rear of D&H POPY at North Point, the crew change point at the east end of Ba... (more)
On a fine fall afternoon, a Maine Central GP38, a Boston & Maine GP38-2, and a B&M GP40-2 head up a westbound freight near Gardner, MA, on the B&M Fitchburg Division mainline.
In pre-radio days railroads maintained private telephone networks with lineside phones at stations, junctions, and other key points, used by train crews to communicate with dispatchers and towers.... (more)
A pair of Maine Central GP7s await their next assignment at Rigby Yard in South Portland, ME. MEC 561 wears the original maroon and yellow paint scheme, while sister 565 has been repainted in the ... (more)
The Guilford infiltration of the Delaware & Hudson is well under way as two Maine Central GP38’s and a Boston & Maine GP40-2 lead a northbound D&H train at Dyes, New York.
A pair of Maine Central (ex-D&H) U23Bs bracket a Delaware & Hudson GP38-2 on a westbound Boston & Maine freight traversing the Stony Brook Branch near Westford, MA.
The Flying Yankee - Built for the MEC and B&M railroads in 1935, this interesting relic is now resting on property of the Hobo Railroad.
Three railroads and three models are represented in the lashup pulling Boston & Maine train MELA (Mechanicville, NY, to Lawrence, MA) as it pauses for a crew change at Ayer, MA. A Maine Central GP... (more)
Maine Central 957 waits for its next call tp duty at the small engine servicing terminal
The Flying Yankee was built in 1935 for Maine Central and Boston and Maine Railroads for a passenger train to be jointly run between the two lines. The carbodys were built by Budd with the electri... (more)
A diverse mix of Pan Am, NS, PRLX, and GECX power leads 23K west out of Buffalo.
Looking more like Waterville, Maine than Conklin, New York, the Delaware & Hudson East Binghamton engine house lead has five Maine Central U-boats preparing to get on the road. It’s the day after ... (more)
A stop by the small Maine Central yard in Rockland, Maine turned up this aged flanger.