The July 11 Central Maine & Quebec train Job 1 is seen easing across the massive Onawa Trestle in the namesake town of Maine with CMQ AC4400CW 1006 and SD40-2F 9022 leading the hefty westbound.
CMQ Job 1 going over the Onawa Trestle heading to Jackman ME to switch the logs and pick up loads of lumber at the reload center owned by Pleasant River and Moose River Lumber. Once all the switch... (more)
Central Maine & Quebec Job 1, led by three ex-Canadian Pacific SD40-2Fs, commonly known as 'Red Barns', lead a single ex-UP tunnel motor west over the large trestle at Onawa.
MMA freight train headed west crossing Ships Pond Stream on Onawa Trestle. From Brownville bound for Montreal carrying a few freight and many empty oil cans. Photographer: Tim Smith
A near miss on the trestle as the Geo train heads west it met up with 9 teenagers running for safety. Some can be seen at the rear of the train.
MMA 5026 with 2 other C30-7s pull 2 ex Quebec Central GP35s 500 and 501 from former Bankrupt Ironroad acrossed Onawa trestle for the last time
Job 1 made an unschedule stop on Onawa Trestle with 6000 tons of freight and 3 C30-7. There were 5 kids and 3 adults trying to get off the Trestle. So the engineer stopped the train and went to ... (more)
MMA 777 with 8569 new paint scheme pulling a mix freight over Onawa trestle on a stormy day in Maine