Pan Am train AYPO is seen crossing over tracks after coming off Lowell Junction en-route from Ayer to Portland.
Lawrence based local LA-1 is seen approaching Lowell Junction with a locomotive on each end after working Praxair in Tewksbury.
Pan Am road freight POAY is seen passing the 1906 built Boston & Maine Andover Depot.
Pan Am freight AYPO (Ayer to Portland) is seen approaching Lowell Junction in Andover.
A later than usual POAY (Portland, Maine to Ayer, Massachusetts) is seen splitting the signals at Vale in Andover.
Pan Am AYPO (Ayer, MA to Portland, ME) is seen crossin g over and splitting the signals at CPF-Vale in Andover, MA.
Pan Am Railways office car special is seen splitting the signals at CPF-Vale in Andover. The sleeper car which is the first car behind the locomotives has recently been painted from its former CSX... (more)
Pan Am Railways EDPO, which is usually a unit slurry train on Sundays is seen creeping through Tewksbury on Easter Sunday about to take Lowell Junction with a pair of GEs begging for paint.
Pan Am train AYPO (Ayer, MA to Portland ME) is seen entering Lowell Junction.
Pan Am train POAY (Portland, ME to Ayer, MA) is tied down at Andover. Photographer's Note: The turned on lights were added in post-processing as this train was delayed from its original departure ... (more)
Veteran GP18 1801 leads loads of sand to Boston. Due to a lack of a wye at their northern terminus, 1801 is running long hood forward tonight, reminiscent the ex-PRR GP9's that ruled the roster a ... (more)
After clearing Lowell Junction, manifest train EDPO proceeds East through Andover at a location known as "Frye" during the Boston & Maine days, short for Frye Interlocking.
In a scene reminiscent of the 1990's, Amtrak's 40th Anniversary NCPU is coupled to the matching great dome "Ocean View" on the Downeaster.
New Hampshire Northcoast's freshly rebuilt and repainted GP38-2 leads the daily sand train to from Ossipee, NH to Boston Sand & Gravel in Boston.
A trio of ex-CSX C40-8's lead BFPO (Bellows Falls, VT to Portland, ME) towards the junction with the MBTA's Haverhill Line. BFPO is a unit train of limestone slurry for paper making.