A Lowell-bound MBTA commuter train leaves downtown Boston behind as it accelerates north through Somerville, MA, on a fall afternoon. An FP-10 at the rear is pushing a set of depowered Budd RDCs.
MBTA 1013 was the only one of the agency's F40PHs that received the handsome maroon and gray color scheme that was briefly in use in the mid-1980s. It headed up a Fitchburg Line commuter train out... (more)
Veteran MBTA locomotive 904 delivers twelve branch new MASSDOT maintenance of way hoppers to Boston Engine Terminal in Somerville, MA. This past spring, the Massachusetts Department of Transportat... (more)
MBTA's GP40-1 shoves a work train on the Wildcat Branch to the work site at Wilmington Jct. The train consists of 6 new MassDOT ballast hoppers, a snow flanger and a work caboose leading the way.
A pair of MBTA FP-10s enjoy their weekend layover at the Lowell, MA, station. The 1114 still wears its original "Easter egg" colors while the 1108 has received the newer maroon and silver scheme. ... (more)
An evening rush hour MBTA commuter train just out of Boston's South Station crosses the massive triple bascule bridge over Fort Point Channel behind F40PH 1015. The bridge was constructed along wi... (more)
After working first shift, I scooted over to the MIT area of Cambridge to photograph the Readville switcher. Veteran GP18 No, 904 is traversing the Grand Junction Running Track originally built i... (more)
Keolis train 217 glides into Malden Center for its first station stop on its way to Haverhill. Malden High School's McDonald stadium sits quietly waiting for the football season to start in the fa... (more)
The 415 waits for the 422 to clear before it approaches the Ayer station to drop off it's commuters from Boston.
The bell clangs and ditch lights flash as cab car 1634 leads an inbound commuter on to Track 4 at North Station late in the afternoon.
The old Littleton depot that once served Boston & Maine commuter trains now only watches on as today's trains pass by as they stop at modern station a mile down the line.