516 crosses Cedar Street on the west leg of the Lewiston Lower Branch wye as it is being turned around. For many years in the late 80s, 90s, and early 00s, these tracks were not used. In 2004, h... (more)
CAN'T STOP HIP HOP! Or so this graffiti artist says... Switcher 1 353 west crosses Royal River between Yarmouth Junction and Royal Junction on the Brunswick Branch. There are at least six or se... (more)
Once a busy diamond and interchange point for Maine Central and Grand Trunk (later CN), today Yarmouth Junction only sees occasional Pan Am and St. Lawrence and Atlantic locals, maybe one train a ... (more)
On its way back to Rigby from Brunswick and Grimmel's, 344 is seen passing through Hillside. This spot is off Route 1, just a little north (RR east) of Grant Road.
344's Conrail heritage is starting to show around the number boards, as Guilford's charcoal gray is peeling off and some blue can be seen. The conductor is seen walking back to the cab after conf... (more)
Switcher-1 344, running long hood forward, is leading a short cut of cars to Grimmel's Industries in Topsham on the recently reopened Lewiston Industrial Track (former MEC Lewiston Lower Branch) t... (more)
PO-1 has finished work at Brunswick and Grimmels and is now heading back to Rigby. Note the ridges in the ballast from ATVs. This line is Pan Am's Brunswick Branch, the former MEC Lower Road Mai... (more)