The old railway station at McAdam, New Brunswick is looking pretty good on a beautiful Summer afternoon. Behind the station, out of view, some upgrades are being done to the roof by some workers.
After arriving at McAdam, the New Brunswick Southern Railway westbound freight does some set offs and pickups before heading westbound into Maine.
A very late NBSR eastbound train 908 rounds the bend, as they rumble through the community of Welsford, New Brunswick.
After CN 1501 parks at the shop track, NBSR 917 does a reverse movement back over to the shops, with an NBSR caboose sitting over on the left, for the next trip to St Stephen.
With a couple of Geeps putting up a smoke show on the rear of the consist, NBSR westbound train 907 crosses the "Dirt Road", mile 52 of the McAdam Sub.
HLCX 917 hooks on a drags a cut of gypsum by the McAdam Railway Station, running long hood. The cut was dropped by the westbound 907 train a short time earlier.
Switchers NBSR 2317 and a blue GMTX unit stand pat as they wait for CN B730 to enter the yard before continuing on with their work.
After a crew change at McAdam, New Brunswick, NBSR 6318 continues on westward, towards the Canada/USA border, into Maine, with the last bit of light sneaking behind the trees.
With the moon still somewhat visible in the sky, GMTX 2233 leads a Good Friday New Brunswick Southern Railway westbound as they depart Saint John, with the sun starting to rise over the horizon.
NBSR 2318 and NBSR slug 008 lead a New Brunswick Southern Railway eastbound freight on Good Friday. Here's one of my last shots from this chase to Saint John.
NBSR 2318 and Slug 008 head through Vespra, approaching Tracy, New Brunswick, along the NBSR's McAdam Subdivision, hauling a big 13 car train on Good Friday.
NBSR 2318 and Slug 008 finally arrive at their final destination of Saint John, New Brunswick, hauling a massive 13 cars eastbound. Seen here arriving at NBSR's Ponderosa Yard in West Saint John.
NBSR 2318 and NBSR slug 008 lead a massive train of 13 loaded woodchip cars eastbound, as they approach the Saint John NBSR yard limits, at West Saint John.
NBSR 2318 and NBSR slug 008 lead a massive train of 13 loaded woodchip cars eastbound, as they head through Grand Bay, a few miles outside of their final destination of Saint John, New Brunswick.
NBSR 2318 and NBSR slug 008 lead a massive train of 13 loaded woodchip cars eastbound, as they head through Welsford, New Brunswick.