NHN "Union Extra" running south towards Union, NH to participate in the community's annual "Union Days" - celebrating the town's history and local railroad involvement.
Veteran GP18 1801 leads loads of sand to Boston. Due to a lack of a wye at their northern terminus, 1801 is running long hood forward tonight, reminiscent the ex-PRR GP9's that ruled the roster a ... (more)
A morning work extra crosses Wakefield Road in Sanbornville.
A morning work extra passes through Burleyville passing the former Boston & Maine Railroad Depot in the Town of Wakefield.
A morning work extra passes through Burleyville in the Town of Wakefield.
Rarely used GP18 #1801 with two GP38-2 get ready to leave the Ossipee Pit with the second half of their train.
On early Monday morning, the New Hampshire Northcoast ran an extra south out of Ossipee, NH with NHN GP18 #1801 to pick up state officials in Somersworth for a northbound tour up the line. For the... (more)
On early Monday morning, the New Hampshire Northcoast ran an extra south out of Ossipee complete with NHN GP18 #1801 and caboose to pick up state officials in Somersworth for a northbound tour up ... (more)
New Hampshire Northcoast's only GP18 makes a rare appearance on the head end of the loaded sand train to Boston. While it does make it onto the mainline at times, it will usually trail due its lac... (more)
GP18 #1801 (Former NEGS #503) in fresh paint leads 4 clean gravel cars and caboose #100 out of the pit. The 4 gravel cars will be set off in Tri-City and the 1801 with caboose will proceed to Some... (more)
In the category of "most deserving to be seen under the lights at night," I submit newly repainted New Hampshire Northcoast GP18 1801! Seen leading Pan Am train BODO past the ex-Boston &... (more)