A working wigwag signal. Exporail has a working wigwag signal and here it is operating while CN 30 (no longer used for switching at the museum) stands idle.
A three way stub switch at Exporail. CN 30 (GE 70 tonner) is in the middle of a three way stub switch at Exporail. At left is a preserved AMT generator car (AMT 603) which was built for CN ... (more)
BML#53, a late 1940's GE 70-Ton diesel electric locomotive acquired used in 1970 from the Montpelier & Barre Railroad in Vermont, seen at dusk sitting on the City Point Central Railroad Museum sid... (more)
A view of the City Point Central Railroad Museum by moonlight taken at about 1AM. Located on a private siding at MP 2.5 on the 33-mile grade of the Belfast & Moosehead Lake Railroad. The 70-Ton GE... (more)
BML#50, a GE 70-ton diesel electric locomotive purchased new by the Belfast & Moosehead Lake RR in Waldo County, ME, in November, 1946 and still running strong after 68 years with three MEC freigh... (more)
Shutting down a 70-tonner. With the recent acquisition of CN 7300, Exporail has announced that CN 30 will be retired from active duty. Up until last year, this GE 70-tonner had been one of ... (more)
Following years of back and forth between the City of Belfast, Maine and the nearby Belfast & Moosehead Lake RR, July 12, 2014 would be the last moves of trains over the City Point Bridge before t... (more)
One of MET's little GE's was painted into this red white blue scheme for countrys BiCentennial celebration and was working industries in Modesto
A short Saturday train heads towards a rural crossing on the beautiful Central Coast of California.
Shut down.....forever. With the recent acquisition of CN 7300, Exporail has announced that CN 30 will be retired from... (more)
CN 30 and AMT 603 (generator car) slumber the winter away at Exporail. For more train photos, click here.
Three snow-surrounded switchstands are seen around CN 30 at Exporail, a GE 70 tonner. Behind it is an AMT generator car. At left behind the building is a CN simulator, click more)
Passing a cemetery in Brooks.
The Detroit Connecting is heading northward as they pass an old abandoned warehouse located along Warren Avenue. The DCON is owned by the Adrian and Blissfield that operates roughly 2 miles of tr... (more)