On a cold winter day, BO-1 crawls down the South Reading Branch with 7 loads in tow. The conductor prepares to flag Franklin St. as they head for Rousselot in Peabody, MA.
In 1850, the South Re... (more)
Canadian Pacific train 252 (Montreal to Binghamton) has stacks ahead of the mixed freight as it rolls SB at 3:36pm on approach to Saratoga Yard where it will work. On the right is the Saratoga & N... (more)
Westbound RJED exits the east portal of the Hossac Tunnel and into a thunderstorm.
The NA-1 awaits its crew in the Manchester Yard.
Pan Am Railways train 495ED snakes along the Merrimack river on some not-so-often tracks, the Northern Main
Deerfield local ED-2 catches the very last bit of sun as it heads south through South Deerfield MA at sunset.
RUPO passes by a big patch of wild berries in Yarmouth.
Seen from the Veterans Memorial Bridge, RUPO crosses the Fore River. I found a shot on railpictures of a different RUPO train taken by Bill Wilder in 1987 at this same spot, (Railroad: Pan Am RailwaysLocomotive: EMD GP40Location: South Portland, Maine, USALocomotive #: MEC 307Train ID: RUPOPhoto Date: July 22, 2010
Led by two blue GP40s, RUPO crosses the Presumpscot River on a beautiful summer afternoon.
With a dozen - time sensitive - cars needed at the Bucksport IP mill, Pan Am dispatched GP40 307 from Northern Maine Jct. as a single unit to move the freight. A new snowfall had impacted operatio... (more)
The Adam's local work's the west end of East Deerfield yard.
Sand is still flying as Guilford GP40 307 and GP35 210 have just crested the grade between Clinton and Benton, ME as the train approaches the CPF107 signal.
Cruising across the Kennebec River between Benton and Fairfield, Maine, Guilford GP40 307 and GP35 210 handle the 60-car train without difficulty.
Rolling through 'downtown' Clinton, Maine, Guilford's NMWA-8, enroute from No. Maine Jct. to Waterville, climbs the grade towards Benton and the Kennebec River crossing into Fairfield.