Sponsored by the 470 RR Club, BAR F3 no. 502 and GP-7 no. 23 stop for a break at Oakfield Station.
BAR Train no. 212 (Oakfield to Portage and return) switching chip cars at McDonald Siding that are bound for So. LaGrange, Maine. The second locomotive in the consist is BAR GP-38 no. 358.
Bangor & Aroostook GP-38s 97 and 84 await their next assignment at Squa Pan.
Out of service at NMJ, BAR nos. 51, 56, 32, 52, and 36 on this Thanksgiving Day in 1988.
Sponsored by the 470 RR Club, BAR F3 no. 502 and GP-7 no. 23 lay over at Madawaska, to run to Northern Maine Junction the following day.
Bangor & Aroostook Turnaround South returns to Northern Maine Junction after its night run to Millinocket.
Bangor & Aroostook Train no. 223 with Canadian American F 40s nos. 457 and 450 approach the Huber Rd. crossing, several miles north of Millinocket.
Bangor & Aroostook GP-7 no. 21 switches Caribou yard with a thunderstorm creeping in from the north.
Based at Squa Pan, Train no. 85 ran to Presque Isle, then on the Fort Fairfield Branch to Easton.
Bangor & Aroostook GP-7 no. 21 returning to Presque Isle from Easton, Maine.
Sponsored by the 470 RR Club, BAR F3 no. 502 and GP-7 no. 23 run around the passenger cars (from were the photo was taken) putting the 502 as the leader southbound for the remainder of the trip.
Bangor & Aroostook CP Local at Millinocket preparing for its evening run to Brownville Jct.
Bangor & Aroostook Train no. 204 rounds the curve at Dyer Brook before it decends down the steep grade into Oakfield, Maine.
Bangor & Aroostook Searsport local with nos.85 and 65 prepare to depart No. Maine Jct. for Searsport.