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Photo ID: 715628

The brakeman of Boston & Maine’s Groveton switcher looks down the track at the next cars to grab as his ride approaches.

Railroad: Boston & Maine
Locomotive: EMD GP9
Location: Groveton, New Hampshire, USA
Locomotive #: BM 1722
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: December 27, 1984


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By: Doug Lilly

Added: Nov 07, 2019

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Photo ID: 448599

power sitting at BM Mechanicville, NY, engine facility

Railroad: Boston & Maine
Locomotive: EMD GP9
Location: Mechanicville, New York, USA
Locomotive #: BM 1722
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: August, 1973


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By: Joe Blackwell

Added: Aug 24, 2013

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Photo ID: 384185

A pair of B&M geeps handle the Northbound train to White River Jct. This line was a treat to catch a train on at the time, since they usually had this type of power.

Railroad: Boston & Maine
Locomotive: EMD GP9
Location: Hartland, Vermont, USA
Locomotive #: BM 1722
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: July 03, 1985


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By: Mike Stellpflug

Added: Dec 17, 2011

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Photo ID: 238480

West bound machinery catches the setting sun. By 1971 chopped nose and high horse power was the norm for big freights. B&M kept their big freights running with first generation power.

Railroad: Boston & Maine
Locomotive: EMD GP9
Location: Greenfield, Massachusetts, USA
Locomotive #: BM 1722
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: October, 1971


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By: Donald Haskel

Added: Jun 07, 2008

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