Guilford's Waterville, ME-based WA-2 local prepares to depart for the East Augusta Industrial Track behind aged former MEC GP7, now ST 15.
A trio of Guilford GP40's working hard to pull this freight uphill heading west on it's way to the GRS E.Deerfield yard with the lead unit just missing scraping the road.
One of the last 2 GRS SD45's leads one of the last 3 SD26's along with a pair of GP40's west towards the Hoosac Tunnel grinding uphill with 110 wagons!
GRS NMWA with 215 in the lead heads over Benton Trestle. Notice the head end car. This is a ship part for Bath Iron Works
Guilford freight heads west towards E.Deerfield with 3 GP40's in the consist.
H74 departs Allentown yard for the washington secondary behind a Maine Central GP40 and an ex TFM GP40M-3
BA-2 creeps by the Cemetary at North Bucksport, 5 miles north of the yard, lead by 1 of 9 remaining Guilford GP-9s. The southbound train consisted of 3 engines and about 8 cars.
A rare sighting on the Bucksport branch, 3 units, led south by the 71. Both GP-9s and 3 unit consists are extremely rare on the branch.
Guilford's POWA with an Ex CN wide cab GP40 is crossing the trestle over the Androscoggin River
Guilford freight WASE enters the north end of the yard on the banked Y with a typical older GP40 passing an even older building.
MEC 353 photographed long hood forward in the yard in Plainville. Taken with Canon Digital Rebel.
GRS 252 the only 38 Guilford has awaits a crew to go to Bucksport
NA-1 adds the train left off by NEGS to their's and will pull it to the south end of the yard so NEGS can depart north with their new train from GRS.
Guilford's wreck train has finished its work at Bangor and is getting ready to head back to Waterville