After picking up one passenger at the Bath Station, this evening eastbound is passing the Bath Iron Works Shipyard and crossing the Kennebec on the Carlton Bridge; the former home of Route 1 was o... (more)
488 passes Bath Iron Works. Originally opened in 1884, BIW is a shipyard on the Kennebec in Bath that mostly builds vessels for the navy. Note the destroyer under construction in the distance. ... (more)
Nothings screams Brunswick more than the First Parish Church. Established in 1717, it was the church of writer Harriet Beecher Stowe and Civil War General Joshua Chamberlain; I'd argue that it's ... (more)
Bath Heritage Days is a popular four day festival for the 4th of July weekend that includes a carnival, live music, and fireworks. Looking down from the Route 1 bridge, Maine Eastern's evening wes... (more)
Now there's a backyard with a nice view! 488 and this westbound passenger train are seen leaving Wiscasset Station from Fore Street.
The afternoon westbound passenger train is passing by a rock cut a little west of the downtown and residential sections of Bath.
As seen from the Bear Mountain Bridge, a pair of FL9s shove an afternoon commuter train south along the Hudson River on a clear fall day.
The first ever passenger train into the new Maine Street Station in Brunswick is this Mother's Day Special. The station is already the home of several local businesses and it is proposed that whe... (more)
Train emerges from the bridge over Kennebec River which also once carried US 1 atop, until it was moved a few steps to the north. Note the osprey atop the light pole watching.
A detail view of the CERM's EMD FL9 as the crescent moon sets in the background. Canon EOS 20D, Canon 70-200mm f/4L. This photo is also the cover image for my 2010 Railroads After Dark calendar.... (more)
Freshly shopped FL9 enters Peninsula, Ohio station yard southbound with the day's train in the Cuyahoga Valley.
Westbound #3 grabs the last rays of daylight before turning back to Rockland.
Morning eastbound heading to Rockland.
Evening westbound is heading to Brunswick.
Train number 8, The Murray Hill is 40 minutes from Boston and hitting full stride with a light train even though it is pulling a grade. On this cloudy bright Sunday afternoon few of us New Haven R... (more)