A different view - from within the nose of Grafton & Upton Railroad F7A #1501 as #1751 cuts away. Taken with permission.
Unfortunately, Grafton and Upton 1501 won't be joining her friends and family in Spencer this year. But, there's plenty of revenue work for her to do at home! For more, check out my more)
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The epitome of "before and after"....
The G&U's "mother and slug" GP18's get ready to lead a small freight freight train home from the yard in West Upton. For more, check out my more)
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Classic High hood GP9, former Bay Colony 1702.
GU-1 pauses for a minute while the conductor walks ahead to talk to the track crew in West Upton Yard. For more, check out my Flickr! more)
New, but Used! In 2010, the Grafton and Upton Railroad had acquired this ex.GTW/CN GP9R rebuild. It has since been repainted and renumbered as GU 1751. For more, check out my more)
Grafton and Upton Railroad's F7 leads GP18 #1750 and two tank cars south towards a customer in Upton, through the tight curves and peak fall colors in downtown Grafton.
Grafton & Upton power preparing to move equipment around the North Grafton, MA yard to set up a shot during the 2012 night photo shoot. Canon EOS 50D, Sigma 70-200mm f/2.8 EX DG
The Grafton & Upton Railroad hosted a night photo shoot for a group of photographers in North Grafton, MA. Lighting provided by Steve Carlson, Nick Palazini, Fred Jones, Shaun McGinnis and Mike P... (more)
New Arrival. The G&U's newly-acquired F7 sits under the full moon the yard at North Grafton. It will be interesting to see how much use this unit gets on the 15-mile short line.