Train 810 with a pair of GP35u's idles in the yard.
Originating in Maine with a trio od older EMD's, Central Maine & Quebec Ry train #1 charges west toward Farnham
With Fall colors starting to show, Farnham-Newport Vt Central Maine & Quebec Ry 710 breaks momentarily the silence.
A pair of leased LTEX SW1500 switching cars at the Raritan Central Railway yard.
Switching covered hoppers on the Bamberger Lead.
A southbound CMQ job stopped next to a small patch of black eyed susan flowers. Todays CMQ job has the regular ex Santa Fe GP35s for power and they will soon depart for Northern Maine Junction.
Three LTEX GP35s head south at the Brownville Wye as a Maine Northern Job waits to head into Brownville Jct.
Three LTEX GP35s head south at Brownville Junction on the former Bangor and Aroostook.
RC1 yard transfer crosses Route 1 during the morning rush. Luckily the crew have a traffic light to stop traffic for an easy run to Raritan Center.
The morning sun shines on a leased SW1500 and one of two ex-Conrail geeps on the Raritan Central roster.
The RC1 crew are on there way to Raritan Center yard with the morning transfer from Metuchen.
An RC-2 crew does a bit of switching in Raritan Central's yard with a GP38-2 and the recently-arrived GP30M for power. The train is framed by a rather ornate railroad crossing warning sign.
The RC1 yard transfer is shoving back over Clover Place road and into the Raritan Center yard.
The RC daily yard transfer chugs along with a pair of SW1500's for power.
Raritan Central's daily yard transfer crosses Riverside Drive. It will then reverse onto the lead for the yard.