Pan Am Railways POAY heads south through Exeter, NH with MEC 3400 leading. The 3400 series SD40-2s have recently been equipped with I-ETMS.
With the inevitable sale of Pan Am possibly being finalized soon, the fate of the OCS is unknown. On August 20th it made a run from Westford back to Maine for what could be its last run. Here the ... (more)
Pan Am’s OCS heads east
The Mon-Thur sand train to Boston rumbles passed the Boston & Maine station in Exeter. The station is still in use today but the focus is on delivering pizzas on time rather than passenger service... (more)
Pan Am railways POSE makes short work of the grade up into Exeter NH on a mild and sunny November Sunday morning
NBPO screams into Exeter NH in the last light of the day with 5 EMDs roaring, loaded slurry destined for Portland ME
The northbound Downeaster kicks up leaves as it passes an old factory building in Exeter, New Hampshire. The Exeter station stop is visible through the trees to the right of the train.
WASE heads west at the approach signal to the Newfields interlocking.
Ex-220 converted to a Cabbage in latest Downeaster paint scheme. Power for the train was P42 108.
The second of Amtrak's southbound "Downeasters" picking up speed shortly after leaving Exeter station showing some of it's battle scars on the conductor's side of the cab.
Downeaster before the storm of 2003.
Amtrak Downeaster at MP262