After the second day of this past weekendís photos shoot on the NNRY, 40 and itís two coaches deadheafed to Keystone to turn on the wye for the next days events
An eastbound freight exits the tunnel at Castle Rock as the train climbs the 1.14% grade
Pan Am latest painted engine a B40-8 leads three C40-8 through Putney South Switch
4116 returns from the interchange with 6 loads as they cross NYS64
4116 brings 8 empties for the interchange with Pan Am
263 heads east catching some winter light
Westbound train 11R crosses the Hoosick River
The Notch Train has just left Crawford Notch and are coming down hill the grueling 15 miles of a 2.2% grade as they cross Willey Brook Trestle. The train led by former Maine Central GP38 #252.
The Notch Train has made it over the most grueling part of the 15 miles of 2.2% grade as the pass through the Gateway into Crawford Notch.
The former MEC GP38 and B&M F7 have just left Faybanís Station and are passing Our Lady of The Mountain Shrine Church
Pan Am OCS heads back to Boston after going up to Portland, ME as they pass the former Boston & Maine Depot
BNSF 3881 leads a westbound freight through Kingman Canyon
Rarely used GP18 #1801 with two GP38-2 get ready to leave the Ossipee Pit with the second half of their train.
Eastbound Office Car Train comes into Erving, MA
CP train 930 crosses the Hudson River