Milford-Bennington Railroad's SW9 #901 leads its loaded stone train south across the Souhegan River in Milford, NH on its first of two round trips of the day.
The Milford-Bennington Railroad has a stretch of uneven track looking quite precarious as it leaves Milford (Granite State Concrete) and heads to the quarry in Wilton. The locomotive here is pushi... (more)
The Milford-Bennington Railroad is a shortline in Southern New Hampshire. The line's sole purpose is to haul stone from a quarry in South Lyndenboro to Granite State Concrete in Milford. The train... (more)
The Hillsborough Branch is grossly undermaintained to the point that trains are restricted to little more than a walking pace. Nevertheless, twice a week the Nashua local brings cars up the bumpy ... (more)
Fall in New England offers some stunning views, especially when a train is included! The Nashua based NA-1 crew heads North around MPI-15 with one empty covered hopper from Hendrix Wire & Cable in... (more)
M&B 901 heads light back to Milford for the last move of the year.
It's pretty obvious why Pan Am's Hillsboro Branch is dubbed the "Derailment Branch". Pan Am train NA-1 slowly creeps along at 5 mph in Milford, NH. Once the train finally gets to the cro... (more)
Boston & Maine local freight NA-1 out of Nashua observes a 10mph speed limit as it rolls west through Milford, NH, on the Hillsboro Branch. GP9 1707 is in charge.
Straight out of the Jungle......... You cant tell but Milford & Bennington #901 with 10 loads is crossing the Souhegan River before crossing NH Rte 101. The brush gets worse every year.
With the derailed hoppers uprighted, the crew of NA-1 backs MEC 507 with two empties and one load into Hendrix Wire for unloading. The empties will be taken back to Nashua.