On a dreary Sunday afternoon, the rumble of 3 dark blue PAR EMD's break the silence of the quiet area around Hoosac Tunnel. The green leaves that hang off the trees help ilumiate the dark blue uni... (more)
Pan Am OCS westbound thorugh Kingman Farm
Eastbound unit tank slurry train NBPO (North Bennington, VT - Portland, ME) moves right along through Shirley passing under a new ABS signal bridge along the MBTA's Fitchburg Division. Power on th... (more)
The RJ-2 heads east past Schenectady Chemical bound for the Scotia Yard
A Pan Am ex Norfolk & Western GP high hood still in Guilford Rail System paint switches the Schenectady International plant on April Fool's Day. The unit is spotting 2 tank car loads at the chemic... (more)
Westbound POED splits the old B&M and B&A yards at Athol, Massachusetts.
Pan Am train POED approaches one of the many old remaining B&M signal bridges that still stand along B&M's Western Route. As this one and the rest throughout Maine no longer serve the purpose of h... (more)
Bridge Line Blues....While there paint might not be as snappy as CP's red or a Heritage Unit these two PanAm SD40's still nicely fill the void this day at East Worcester.
With Amtrak 691 in the clear of CPF194 in Portland (as seen in the background), WAPO with a brand "new" Pan Am SD40-2 in the lead has the switch thrown to let them out of the siding and... (more)
WAPO crosses the Fore River with just a couple miles left of their journey until the reach Rigby Yard.
POED with a new Pan Am 3400 series locomotive in the lead takes the curve in North Berwick, Maine passing MP234.2.
With the derailed hoppers uprighted, the crew of NA-1 backs MEC 507 with two empties and one load into Hendrix Wire for unloading. The empties will be taken back to Nashua.
A deceivingly warm looking fifth morning in March 2016 had the waterfront area of Bangor, Maine being quickly awakened by the sounds of Pan Am Railways train NM-1.
With Railroad Street in its sig... (more)
Wind chill be darned, switching goes on.