511, the only remaining unit in the Pan Am light blue scheme, leads POWA across a bridge slightly east of Bartlett Road in Belgrade.
Meet The Smurfs. On one of only a handful of occasions that these two units were paired together, 511 and 505 sit under the School Street bridge in Lowell as the crew goes off duty.... (more)
Local ED5 hustles power for road job EDMO into the recieving yard.
With some gorgeous fall leaves in the background, NMSE crosses College Road.
A student driver patiently waits as NMSE passes.
NMSE passes through a bog in Greene on a perfect fall day.
A boater paces NMSE as it rolls along Maranacook Lake with some nice autumn foliage in the background.
Racing east from Rotterdam NY just after sunrise, the leader on today's RJED is the only active unit wearing the "original" Pan Am paint scheme.
This train was canned at Eagle Bridge and the crew taken off to move an empty coal train also canned at Hemstreet Park. The MEC 511 wears a now unique and discontinued paint scheme on the roste... (more)
Move It Or Lose It. To be fair, there's not a lot of train traffic in front of the courthouse in Peabody Square. But the flashing lights and blaring horn should have been enough wa... (more)
511, 506, 352
511, 506, 352 working east through the ice covered trees.
511, 380, 507