WASE just had a power swap with SEPO and heads west towards Selkirk with 90+ cars and 8 engines! Like MEC 310 (EX cr 3194), many of Guilfords GP40's are from CR.
NA-1 heading south back to the Nashua yard after spotting a loaded coal train in Bow earlier in the day. This area is marked as a winter nesting area for Bald Eagles which I've seen several!
These two units 373 ex NS high nose and 348 both GP40s will be the next BABK
RURJ works west out of the yard in preperation to do some switching. Here they pass under the well known 'Railfan Bridge', a very popular photography spot.
347 leads 28 emptys off the Guilford Main and into the yard at Ayer.
WANM is being switched out by the BABK crew
GRS power cutting away from there train and heading for the pit at East Deerfield Yard.
Guilford Rail System train MOPO ( Mohawk, NY - Portland, ME ) glides around Pownal Curve in the southwestern tip of Vermont with a trio aging SD40-2's.
MABA switching out its train in NMJ with 2 U18. 407 is shooting flames out of the stack
The crew has to wade through snow after arriving at NMJ
WANM arrived during a big snow storm in Northern Maine Junction. It looks like 377 had to do its own plowing
NMWA with 46 cars and ex NS high nose GP40 370 in the lead
NMPO pauses while switching their train while WA-2's crew arrives to begin switching.
GP-9 #71 and GP-7 #15 idle at the west end of Waterville Yard. Guilford still has 10 GP-7 or 9s on the roster. The 2 remaining GP-7s are ex-Maine Central and the 8 GP-9s are Ex Boston & Maine.