A late running Q421 cuts through the center of town heading West on Track 2
The New England States Express keeps going after a Christmas blizzard has turned this part of New England white. The E 7s run better in ther winter anyway.
New England States Express 24 miles from Boston and a year away from extinction.
Boston mail and express train downgrade at Ashland.
New York Central deadhead scrambles west under threatening skies. Caboose hops are no problem for these brand new chop noses.
The eight unit locomotive dead head has a bay window van (caboose) well in hand with a trailing GP-30 as an added treat.
8 unit caboose hop. Deadheading units the result of heavy Eastbound tonnage and light Westbound in Southern New England
Worcester express train P519 cruises west along the former B&A as seen here, crossing the Bracket Reservoir in Ashland, MA.
P449 at Fountain Street, Ashland, MA
Q423 has the high green at CP-24, next stop, Selkirk, NY