These 2 GP40s 373 ex NS high nose and 348 came in on MABA this morning and will be used as a switcher to make up NMWA for Monday. New Years Day is a holiday and no trains on Sunday
Maine Central Pan AM boxcar
A very late MOAY drifys through Shelburne Falls.
NMWA lead by GP40 319 and GP40 519 trailing with 50 cars heading for Waterville
MABA downtown Bangor at the Waterfront
MABA at Veazie heading for Bangor
GRS ST 215 & MEC 515 idling at Northern Maine Junction.
Having cut off the cars hauled down from NMJ, the crew pulls off the passing siding, preparing to back onto the main.
Talk about high railing! As this plow car was being shuttled from Bangor to Waterville, Maine ahead of an approaching Nor'easter storm, the front axle buckled and the rear wheel flange rode up on... (more)
GRS MEC 512 & MEC 371 sit ready to build their consist and head back up to Madawamkeag on the BAMA3 run.
GRS MABA coming into Lincoln headed for Old Town to switch GP paper mill
GRS MABA has been waiting 3 and one half hours for NBS to pull into Mattawamkeag. It is now backing up by the bridge to put up the cars that NBS has just brought in
GRS MEC 509 & ST 207 with MMA 8546 idling at Northern Maine Junction.
A pair of Ex-B&M GP-9s power the Sappi Local out of Waterville up to the Sappi Paper Mill in Skowhegan. Here the train crosses a small tributary to the Kennebec River.