Iberville-Farnham Central Maine & Quebec #810 is shunting cars at Farnham Yard.
Central Maine & Quebec #630 crosses the trestle at Eastman on the last day of summer.
There was a bit of work on a Saturday morning for this Raritan Central crew. After returning from Conrail's Metuchen Yard with interchange traffic and spotting a loaded car at a customer siding, i... (more)
This Raritan Central job has made a Saturday morning run to Conrail's Metuchen Yard to interchange cars. Shortly after returning to Raritan Center, the crew is hard at work shoving down a spur to... (more)
LTEX 3801 leads a Bloomer grain train south through the small town of Sibley.
LTEX 3801 leads a Bloomer grain train south through Strawn.
A grain train rolls through Sibley with a trio of EMD's leading the train to Gibson City.
The three EMD's sound great in run 8 as they lead a grain train through the small town of Strawn.
A Blacklands Railroad conductor protects the crossing while the train trundles towards the 'golf course crossing' as it's known to the crews. Pulling the Sulphur Springs to Greenville job is a for... (more)
Larry's Truck & Electric SW1500 No. 1543 sits in Aiken, SC on AIKR rails awaiting it's next assignment. Once the sole power for the startup for the Aiken Railway; is now stored as both GP30Us have... (more)
After dying in Ayer, the MBTA work extra with GP40-1 no. 3247 was forced to be rescued by a PAR unit, which happened to be LTEX 8955 to help push it into the old Ford yard. Certainly a one of a ki... (more)
A group of locomotives in service with the Central Maine & Quebec Ry pose at Farnham Yard. LTEX GP35u's 2542 2540, PRLX SD40T-2 2858, CMQ SD40-2F 9017.
Under threatening skies, a pair of GP35u's leads Central Maine & Quebec #710 from Iberville to Farnham.
Central Maine & Quebec 710 power consist with LTEX 2573 & CEFX 3803 is backing to its train as #810 with CEFX 6537 & 419 is shunting cars on the far track.
Crew members are clearing switches just west of Fieldcrest Ave. a couple days after a winter storm dumped somewhere between 2 and 3 ft of snow.