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.
A DODX car with a M-88A1 ARV on board heading west to Mechanicsville NY and then south. One of the many requirements was to be the "head car in view of the crew".
The final grinds are put on the new welds after new sections of track were put down following the derailment. Oh ya, sorta interesting seeing the sparks with all the loose paper and the "no smokin... (more)
High nose SD45 heads west to NY out of the north end of Guilford's E.Deerfield yard.
One of the many freights tied down waiting for the mainline to open again from the coal train derailment.
PODH makes it's way into Lawrence yard before heading west to the D&H area in NY.
The Bucksport Local crosses the final public crossing on it's run to Bucksport. The crossing can be seen from another angle here: http://www.railpictures.net/viewphoto.php?id=95195
NA-1 is heading south back to the Nashua yard after picking up 38 cars in Manchester with ex CR 3260 GP40.