Stranded and abandonned train! Sunset on the Stanbridge sub. as it was declared unfit for traffic by Transport Canada after one too many grain car derailed last July @ Ste-Sabine, stopping traffic... (more)
Direct delivery! CN 324 uncoupled its train and moved forward so MMA 810 can pull it up to the interchange. This one's for my good friend Lorence T, "chef de train" on board this very CN 324...
MMA 811, the biweekly Ste-Rosalie - Farnham local, is pulling onto the CN from the northern segment of the MMA's St-Guillaume subdivision. It will proceed onto the main and then back up to the wye... (more)
In the aftermath of the latest snow storm, the Newport Turn heads towards Farnham Yard
Searsport job leaves Hermon for Searsport. The first 5 cars are MOW, including 3 ex old BAR boxcars, a bulkhead with new ties, and a gondola.
After clearing U.S. Customs the crew takes lunch and is now ready to depart but before leaving they are talking to the engineer.
Engineer trying to throw the switch in a early April blizzard. This unit was being ferried to Derby by a 1 man crew to be used on a plow extra for the afternoon.
Coming from Canada this plow extra is arriving at Jackman.
Backup move to hookup with 8569. On the right, sits silently CP 4723, an MLW M636 on display with caboose.
Crossing the Richelieu river with @180 axles. Trailing unit is MMA 8569. Half of the consist is empty propane tanks from Rainville propane near Farnham.
Work 8583 crosses the Chambly Canal on it's way to the CN interchange.
MMA 8583 in the shop for its check up.
The power for 203 awaits their crew at the engine facility at Millinocket. Off to the left, above the van, is the power for 102, including GP7u 22.
MMA 203 8583 and GRS WANM 330 in the Yard at Northern Maine Junction
MMA 8583 & MMA 8539 & MMA VB2 Remote Control Caboose idling at Northern Maine Junction.