westbound BM train approaching Mechanicville, NY, yard
power sitting at BM Mechanicville, NY, engine facility
Boston & Maine GP7 #1567 was built February 1951
The largest steam locomotive in Massachusetts is the B&M 410, a G-11-a class switcher, built in 1911 by the Manchester Locomotive Works. She worked the B&M system for several decades befor... (more)
IN LOVE . . . with abandoned railroads? As I explained in photo no. 435007, the "sulphite bridge" in Franklin, New Hamp... (more)
This is what happens when rails are subjected to intense heat. The "sulphite bridge" in Franklin, New Hampshire, is a wooden covered bridge structure typical to New England. It was built in 1896... (more)
Here you see a fire's eye view of a Lima pacific's firebox crown sheet. This firebox happens to belong to Boston & Maine's No. 3713. That is the fire door on the left and a partial thermic syphon ... (more)
While on a railfan trip to New England we stumbled across this Boston & Maine SW-1. I believe this to be in Manchester New Hampshire but never took notes because "I'll always remember where that i... (more)
THE LAST ONE. This is the last locomotive in service on Pan Am, the former Guilford, to wear "Boston & Maine" lettering on its sides. Here, the locomotive switches the extreme west... (more)
Boston and Maine GP39-2 #361, Ex Delaware and Hudson #7601
Returning to the engine facility after dropping their train in the yard.
ST 77 sits in Rigby Yard waiting to head east on POSJ in a couple hours.
Back for the "brand confusion railroad" started operating on these tracks.
A late fall evening at the Boston & Maine's East Deerfield engine facility shows quite an array of power and paint schemes. Scanned from a negative.
A FEW MARBLES LEFT. On a back road in New Hampshire, an old crossing sign (with most of its marble reflectors intact) stands sentinel at twilight — just in case a lonely, midnight mo... (more)