Westbound MAWA passes MP 100 along Hwy 100 just south of Burnham, ME.
B&M 334 creeps its train thru the small practically abandoned yard in Burnham Maine where the 33 mile Belfast and Moosehead Lake interchanged with the MEC.
Fall leaves float on the Sebasticook River as a Brooks Preservation Society excursion rolls over the rarely used bridge in Burnham.
WA-2 approaching Burnham Junction, the old interchange with the Belfast & Moosehead Lake Railroad.
Pan Am-leased six-axle locomotives have been a steadfast sight on the railroad's west end, with six-axle power rarely moved east from Waterville to Bangor, ME. HLCX SD40-2R is seen as the first l... (more)
The Northern Maine Jct. - Waterville leg of new train symbol NMAY is seen heading downgrade at Burnham, ME passing a skid mill behind ST GP9s 71, 72 and MEC GP40 373 with MEC GP40-2LW 515.
Guilford Rail System's NMPO-26 train, westbound from Northern Maine Jct. to Portland, ME, cruises past the Belfast & Moosehead Lake interchange at Burnham, Maine at 08:20 EDT on January 26, 2004. ... (more)