The westbound Rumford train is seen tied down at Leeds Junction for the day..., and the night..., and into the next day. At this point I gave up at went home.
Eastbound train for Riley's and Rumford hold the main track at Leeds Junction to copy a Form D before getting on the branch line.
After meeting the Rumford train at Leeds Jct, the PanAm OCS is back on the move at Leeds Junction.
Westbound PanAm OCS holds at Leeds Junction for the Rumford train to clear onto the branch.
Orders on the hoop being grabbed by engineer. Notice lower hoop has orders for the conductor to grab when the caboose passes.
The mainstay of today's Pan Am Railways motive power fleet, GP40-2LW 515 leads GP40 374 on train EDNM-09 east past the signal governing movement to the Rumford Branch at Leeds Jct., ME.
The 516 and 216 lead today's "Enemy" past Leeds Jct.'s awesome MEC searchlight mast, complete with doll arm, at 1118.