Another oldie from the Grand Trunk, which shared rights on the industrial trackage in Portland, Maine with the Portland Terminal (MEC). Central Vermont RS11 #3605 mingles with vehicular traffic as... (more)
The only S3 on Portland Terminal Company’s roster, number 1101, idles near the Rigby Yard office in Portland Maine
Boston & Maine F7A 4228, F7B 4267B, GP9 1742 and GP9 1744. Photo from my collection, no photographer information on slide.
Portland Terminal Company, once jointly owned by the Maine Central and the Boston & Maine, later a subsidiary of the Maine Central, served the local industries in Portland, South Portland, and We... (more)
After spending a day at Wiscasset, Waterville & Farmington Railway photographing their narrow gauge steam engine #9, we decided to stop at our favorite Brewery in Portland on the return trip. Upon... (more)
P42DC 106 has just finished its northbound run through the New England forest with Downeaster train 693. Trailing the tired GE is Amtrak's venerable ex-GN Great Dome. NPCU 406 on the other end wil... (more)
A local transfer run of Canadian grain hoppers from the Maine Central to the CN (via the Atlantic & St. Lawrence RR) does some street running on Commercial Street in downtown Portland.
Guilford Boston & Maine GE U30C 663 Ex-Detroit Edison 012 at South Portland, Maine.
Shortly before arriving at Rigby Yard, WAPO is seen swinging around the corner at Mountain Junction in Portland.
Shortly before arriving at Rigby Yard, WAPO is seen approaching Mountain Junction from the Fore River Pkwy overpass.
On a beautiful Autumn evening, PanAm Railways OCS is seen crossing the Fore River in Portland just 13 minutes before sunset.
From mid-August thru September, Amtrak's "Downeaster" service offered "The Great Dome" tickets on certain trains between Brunswick and Boston. The fact they turned the consist... (more)
MEC 345 leads the charge uphill on this Portland, ME to Rumford, ME job, as 3 roaring EMD's pass Deering Junction on a sunny afternoon.
Downeaster 696 prepares to head south out of Portland on a sunny but freezing winter day.
In 1975, the Maine Central went shopping for its first new power in nine years, and chose ten of GE’s U18B “baby boats”. With their unique 8-cylinder FDL engines, they pr... (more)