The Pan Am Railway's SAPPI crosses the bridge over Route 201 on the District 1 mainline in Fairfield, Maine after coming off the Hinckley Branch. The pair of GP40-2LW's will take the train into th... (more)
The SAPPI local is about to cross US 201 near Fairfield, Maine on a beautiful January morning. These "Rent a Wreck" engines do look pretty nice in proper lighting
The SAPPI-3 local is seen heading toward Waterville along the Kennebec River on the Hinckley Branch. The local runs between the SAPPI paper plant in Skowhegan and the Waterville Yard. The stacks f... (more)
With work completed at the yard in Waterville to swap trains, the Pan Am Railway's SAPPI job makes its way through the junction in Fairfield, Maine. A set of searchlight signals stands guard in th... (more)
Pan Am's SAPPI-4 with MEC 510 - CSXT 2548 and 17 cars (1x16) heads back to the mill, seen passing over Martin Stream in Fairfield, Maine.
The Pan Am Railway's SAPPI job rolls down the Hinckley Branch and passes by Milepost 1 as it approaches the junction in Fairfield, Maine, where it will get on the main to Waterville where it will ... (more)
SAPI3 comes around the corner and into the connection with the main at Fairfield. From here its just a couple miles down to the yard at Waterville.
For the first time in many weeks, January 20, 2018 was a beautiful sunny and mild day in Northern New England. One could be outside for more than five minutes without feeling like he or she was d... (more)
Sappi 3 rounds the corner and enters the Freight Main Line off of the Hinckley Branch with Pan Am heritage GP9's 77 & 52 leading the way.
BM 334 leads the MAWA by the pot signal at Lawrence Ave in Fairfield as they approach the yard at Waterville.
The Mattawamkeag - Waterville road freight crosses the Kennebec River bridge shortly before arriving at Waterville.
Inbound road train from Mattawamkeag passes the dual set of search lights (the second set being OOS) at River Rd on the east side of Fairfield.
Like so many Hinckley Branch chases in the past, the one from January 14, 2017 ended within sight of the home signals into Waterville Yard. Stepping off the bridge over Route 201/Upper Main Stree... (more)