The westbound Rumford train is seen tied down at Leeds Junction for the day..., and the night..., and into the next day. At this point I gave up at went home.
BM 334 leads the MAWA by the pot signal at Lawrence Ave in Fairfield as they approach the yard at Waterville.
The Mattawamkeag - Waterville road freight crosses the Kennebec River bridge shortly before arriving at Waterville.
Inbound road train from Mattawamkeag passes the dual set of search lights (the second set being OOS) at River Rd on the east side of Fairfield.
Northbound road freight for the NBSR at Mattawamkeag is seen at Greenbush, about 40 miles from its destination.
RUPO strolls along the 10mph branch between Rumford and Riley's along the Androscoggin River Valley.
RUPO crawls across the 10mph branch line between Rumford and Riley's.
The Mattawamkeag - Waterville road freight is running through the small portion of signaled territory just a few miles from Waterville.
A trio of widecab GP40-2s are in charge of MAWA as it closes in on its destination of Waterville.
Westbound MAWA passes MP 100 along Hwy 100 just south of Burnham, ME.
Inbound PORU spends the morning switching around the yard at Rumford gathering up cars for the outbound in the afternoon.
With all the other high hoods being on the sidelines at Waterville, #380 is seen leading PORU by the Riverbend Campground and Hwy 106.
With all the other high hoods being on the sidelines at Waterville, #380 is seen leading PORU by Curtis Corner under the cover of darkness.