The Monongahela Heritage Unit waits between assignments in Bow, New Hampshire. Naturally, the foliage directly adjacent to the locomotive had not yet changed color.
P&W power lead an empty coal train on Pan Am rails, heading back to the Port of Providence.
Nearly fifteen years after Conrail's takeover by NS and CSX, Conrail equipment keeps on rolling. This standard hopper car with non-rotary couplers is hauling coal well into the days of more moder... (more)
Loaded coal train arrives at the Bow Power Plant and is about to spot the train in a persistent snow. The ditch lights have icicles from the melted snow too. The lineup was a nice mix of models ... (more)
After working Concord Yard, NA1 heads south back to Nashua.
P&W runthrough power waits to haul an empty limestone train south. Limestone is used in the scrubbers at a nearby power plant.
An unidentified crewmember has the unenviable task of lugging his gear through more than a foot of fresh New Hampshire snowfall in order to get to the lead unit of his train.
After swapping NS power onto n empty coal train the crew puts the mixed power of Providence and Worcester onto the Perini Siding.
A former BNSF unit, now lettered for and owned by the Providence & Worcester, is on the point, albeit briefly, of an empty coal train in Bow, N.H., on Pan Am rails. The P&W power set brought a li... (more)
An empty coal train departs the power plant at Bow, N.H., at 2:43 p.m. A Providence & Worcester (ex-BNSF) power set sits on Perini Siding after having brought another train up from the south earl... (more)
Empty Coal Train leaves Bow, New Hampshire on its journey back to the coalfields of Pennsylvania.
Head To Toe. NS power from loaded (left) and empty (right) coal drags congregate in Bow. The loaded train is represented only by two of its three locomotives; the third unit and th... (more)
New power for the P&W makes for a colorful lashup sitting on the siding at Bow with two ex BNSF B40-8W (562 & 582) making bookends with PW 3007, GMTX 2177 and PW 2215 sandwiched in between the two... (more)
Facing On A Single Track... With half a world behind each back, loaded and empty coal drags face off on New Year's Day. The empty P&W-powered train on the siding came from the Port... (more)
Weekend Off. With the railroad essentially shut down for the New Years holiday, this coal drag for PSNH's Bow plant will have to wait to be unloaded. Not only are no crews on duty ... (more)