MMA B23-7 2004 and VB-2 serve as one remote locomotive pair, while the MMA B39-8E 8546 has equipment installed as a stand-alone remote, but all are MU'd and under the control of one man on the gro... (more)
St. John, New Brunswick to Waterville, Maine train SJWA pulls up to the MMA flyover at Northern Maine Junction after setting out two empty cars near the yard office.
MMA Job 202 is heading off the Dysart's Spur at Northern Maine Junction and heading back to yard switching duties.
MMA Job 202 works the yards at Northern Maine Junction with a former Santa Fe B23-7 - hastily decorated with a crooked 'MMA' on the nose.
A typical assignment for the former Bangor & Aroostook GP7u is remote control yard service at Northern Maine Jct., Brownville Jct., Millinocket or Squa Pan, Maine. On January 22, GP7u 21 is seen ... (more)
GP7-led Job 410 is seen at the Lancaster Brook crossing in Glenburn on the way to Northern Maine Jct. for a power turn before heading to Searsport.
At NMJ, the power was turned and the 8569 readied to lead the Job 410 south to Searsport. The train is seen easing past the Maine Salt Company building at Northern Maine Jct.
Jim Young remote control operator on the switcher job being the only crew member has to do it all. Here he is trying to shovel snow after making a hitch so the air hoses can be connected.
Plow extra is getting prepared to head north from NMJ to Squa Pan. Look at 8569 and you will see that it has been changed on the outside just in back of the conductor's window. There has been a ... (more)
Pan Am Railways PONM and NMPO meet in Hermon showing off the three different color schemes.
Still resplendid in the Bangor & Aroostook scheme, Montreal Maine & Atlantic GP7u 23 is seen mated to remote control caboose, VB-2 at MMA's Northern Maine Junction yard in Hermon, ME.
Searsport job leaves Hermon for Searsport. The first 5 cars are MOW, including 3 ex old BAR boxcars, a bulkhead with new ties, and a gondola.
MABA lead by newly painted 506 has just arrived in Northern Maine Junction. It will need to be switched out before going on to Waterville.
MABA just arrived into NMJ with the newly painted 506 with another new paint scheme for Pan AmRailways.
Pan Am Railways has started painting the old fleet of Russell Plows that were originally MEC. These 2 MEC 80 and 76 are the first to be painted and have the Pan Am decal. You can see MEC stenci... (more)