BO-1 exits the Salem Tunnel enroute to Boston with 5 empties from Rousselot in tow. This was one of the first times a newly acquired GE ventured into Commuter Rail territory!
On a dark and gloomy morning, BO-1 delivers two loaded boxcars to the last remaining Boston area customer: Boston Paper Board. The last known switch for this customer was back in 2012!
One of Pan Am Railways three in service high hood GP40's is assigned to local BO-1, a Monday through Friday local based in Everett, MA. Here, the local shoves one empty covered hopper from Roussel... (more)
Boston & Maine GP9 1808 and local freight BO-1 out of Boston make their way through a late season snowfall, westbound outside Waltham, MA, on the former Fitchburg Division. The snow-covered track ... (more)
One of the first "heritage" repaint projects involved Boston & Maine SW9 1223, which was repainted into its original 1952 maroon and yellow colors in the early 1980s through funding prov... (more)
On a cold winter day, BO-1 crawls down the South Reading Branch with 7 loads in tow. The conductor prepares to flag Franklin St. as they head for Rousselot in Peabody, MA.
In 1850, the South Re... (more)
"Lost in the Weeds" - Pan Am Railways local BO-1 crawls down the Danvers Industrial Branch with five loaded cars for Rousselot. This customer receives cars at least twice a week and is one of two ... (more)