The New Hampshire Northcoast Southbound D8 is seen cutting in propane cars at Hayes Siding in Milton. The crew will cut the cars out at Tri-City in Rochester before continuing South to Dover to in... (more)
The New Hampshire Northcoast Southbound turn is seen passing Jones Forest in Milton with 23 loads for Boston Sand & Gravel.
NHN "Union Extra" running south towards Union, NH to participate in the community's annual "Union Days" - celebrating the town's history and local railroad involvement.
The daily Monday through Friday sand train from Ossipee, NH to Dover, NH rolls South across Milton Pond.
On early Monday morning, the New Hampshire Northcoast ran an extra south out of Ossipee, NH with NHN GP18 #1801 to pick up state officials in Somersworth for a northbound tour up the line. For the... (more)
On early Monday morning, the New Hampshire Northcoast ran an extra south out of Ossipee complete with NHN GP18 #1801 and caboose to pick up state officials in Somersworth for a northbound tour up ... (more)
New Hampshire Northcoast is Southbound on the former B&M Conway Branch, passing through the little town of Milton behind recently rebuilt and repainted GP38-2 3823. Standing in the back bed of my... (more)
The New Hampshire Northcoast makes is usual run from Ossipee
Making good time out of Ossipee, 3823 leads the way south on the causeway through Milton Pond. The dark storm clouds above the train would soon bring about a short torrential downpour, but when th... (more)
Light engines cross one of the three ponds in Milton.
The road's entire operating locomotive fleet teams up today to pull a short train of sand from Ossipee, NH to Dover, NH. The third unit is GP-18 503, recently acquired from New England Southern.
New Hampshire Northcoast GP38-2 #3823, GP9 #1757, and GP38-2 #3825 haul an empty northbound train along the waters of Milton Pond at Milton, NH on the morning of November 7, 2007.
The northbound empty sand train crossing the Salmon Falls River from Maine into New Hampshire
GP9's #1757,1755,1756 & 1759 northbound past Milton Pond.