This is a lonely little chase down the Kennebec River to the state capitol. Very few open spots from Waterville on down.
Looking more like a model railroader's dream than a real working railroad, Pan Am Railway's Waterville, Maine yard can often appear fictional. With power from recently-arrived SAPPI-3 in the hole... (more)
WA-2 with Maine Central heritage unit #52 crosses a broad crossing in Winslow, Maine passing an abandoned gas station.
Boston & Maine heritage painted 77 leads a local through downtown Pittsfield bound for Northeast Agricultural Sales in Detroit, Maine.
Under threatening skys, WA-2 crosses Messalonskee Stream as it nears Waterville.
WA-2 crosses the Kennebec River. This photo actually only shows a small portion of the bridge, as the train is seen in between two small islands on the river.
With seven units, WA-2 approaches its destination of Waterville Yard as it crosses the Kennebec.
GP-9 #71 and GP-7 #15 idle at the west end of Waterville Yard. Guilford still has 10 GP-7 or 9s on the roster. The 2 remaining GP-7s are ex-Maine Central and the 8 GP-9s are Ex Boston & Maine.