Guilford's wreck train has finished its work at Bangor and is getting ready to head back to Waterville
Local AD-1 heading east with 9 cars
Day 3 of the Derailment went slow. They turned the PAN AM boxcar then cut holes in the roof. Then set the paper contents on fire. A splash can also be seen where some of the paper went into the... (more)
After BAMA went through the derailment site a rock extra came by to drop rock
Waterville, ME - Selkirk, NY freight works hard with 100 cars in tow. GP40's 335, 327, 319 provide the power
GP40 #343, SD45 #681 and GP40 #330 get ready to depart eastbound with coal loads from the P&W RR bound for Bow, NH
Guilford westbound heads south of Lawrence having just waited for the passenger train to go into Boston on a very cold morning.
Guilford heavy freight heads east towards the Maine border with 8 engines starting to power up shortly after passing through UNH.
A bit banged and bruised along with a number punched in, this GP7 still is purring at 55+ years old!
A GP35 (ST 204) heads the line of engines on the dead track including a gray MEC 303. ST12 (GP7R) and MEC 500 are sitting at the service tower to the right.
GP 40 300 & GP 35 207 sit on the Portsmouth Runner at Rockingham Junction NH. It's unusual to see two units on this job.
NA-1 heads south with it's train picked up from Manchester with including a 50 ton military recovery vehicle as the first load.
Guilford westbound freight WASE making the turn through the Y with a high nose SD45 leading.