Maine Central EMD F3(A) #672 and GP7#564 in Bangor, Maine November 1966. The end is near for 672 and her sisters, a dozen new GP38's were on order to replace them.
On March 26, 2005, ST Train SEED rounds the curve along the Hoosic River at Pownal, Vermont as it heads east. For more photos of the B&M under Guilford, check out Boston and Maine In Color, Vo... (more)
Surrounded by Fall color, MEC GP40-2W #512--still in Guilford paint--leads ST Train AD-1 onto the bridge that crosses the Walloomsac River at North Hoosick, NY. The train is returning from North ... (more)
Technically....I'd say this one has the reporting marks "ST" but when I heard the crew reading off the consist to the dispatcher, they specifically said "MEC" (while sister her... (more)
Running in all directions like kids at the Glory Days Festival, I got close and personnal with these two beauties. MEC 52 and BM 77 . My thanks goes to Michael Berry and Patrick DeLarue for helpin... (more)
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)