Maine Central class leader GE U18B #400 on turn table at MEC's round house in Bangor, Maine July 24, 1982.
MEC SD40-2 #605 leads two other Pan Am-painted SD40-2s as they pull Train EDMO west through Buckland, MA.
MEC 575 rests between switching chores at Waterville.
New Hampshire Steam Relics: The Bartlett Round house. Situated in a small clearing in the woods behind a residential neighborhood, is a 140 year-old relic of the steam era in the Granite St... (more)
MEC's only RS-11's leading the Bucksport Job at South Orrington. I felt fortunate to catch the pair working together. My 1981 trip to Maine netted some cool stuff but I think I only went through a... (more)
A hazy morning finds MEC 563 tied up along with a cool looking caboose on some really grassy track at St. Johnsbury yard.
MEC 302 and Ex RI 236 are shoved to the side at a neglected shop area on the MEC at Bangor. The boarded up Alco and the number board less U-boat that looks to have been the victim of a stack fire ... (more)
A clean MEC 334 works the yard at Waterville.
Working uphill past the old station at Fabyans MEC 256, 260, 257 and 406 are assaulting the grade toward Crawford Notch with 36 cars.
A huge Boise Cascade paper mill at Rumford rated a daily train back in the 80's...maybe it still does today. If so power like this surely isn't leading it. MEC U25B 226 and U18B 406 are making an ... (more)
MEC 572 is spotted with a fairly large caboose in front of an old engine shed in Livermore Falls.
You didn't see sleek hundred car trains sailing thru the stations in a swirl of dust and trash. The just sort of waddled along and everything was too wet to even think of swirling.