Canadian Pacific 250 cruises over the trestle that crosses the outflow at the south end of Moosehead Lake in Greenville, Maine on former CMQ trackage. An eclectic mix of EMD locomotives provide th... (more)
Canadian Pacific 250 is seen coasting through Greenville, Maine along Moosehead Lake with Central Maine & Quebec power including the Bangor & Aroostook heritage unit. CP bought the Central Maine &... (more)
Canadian Pacific 250 is seen passing Greenville Junction and skirting along the edge of Moosehead Lake. The area is quite busy with snowmobilers and ice fishermen taking advantage of the perfect w... (more)
Canadian Pacific train 250 flies over the Greenville Junction, in the small town of Greenville, ME.
Heavy snow catches the headlight beams of SD60 6232 as it leads Canadian Pacific train 250 through Greenville, Maine and crosses over an outflow at the south end of Moosehead Lake.
With Canadian Pacific Railway set to take over the Central Maine & Quebec Railway US operations at 0001 hrs on Thursday, June 4, the final pair of road trains between Brownville Jct., ME and Farnh... (more)
After patently waiting for 4 hours, CMQ Job #1 passes the depot in Greenville at 2131hrs with the Bangor & Aroostook heritage unit doing the honors tonight.
Trains, planes and automobiles, Greenville, Maine-style! Central Maine & Quebec Railway train Job 1 is seen heading westbound on the Moosehead Subdivision with AC4400CW 1006 and SD40-2F 9022 as t... (more)
Westbound CMQ Job 1 rumbles over the Greenville Junction boat launch where Currier's Flying Service offers sightseeing tours over Moosehead Lake.
An eastbound mixed freight passes a bar & restaurant as it traverses a trestle over the beach on Moosehead Lake
Plow extra lead by VB 103 ex CP plow and pushed by MMA 2004 heading for Lac Megantic Quebec after a snow storm dumping 12-15 inches of snow.
The plow extra with both wings out on VB101 works its way east to Brownville Junction.
MMA's eastbound intermodal rounds the curve at Greenville Jct., ME along Moosehead Lake on Sunday, February 15, 2004. The train is under control of single C30-7 3614, painted for a stint it was su... (more)