A look inside the cab of Fore River Transportation's 1969 GP38, which was originally built for Penn Central.
Fore River Transportation's lone EMD unit sits inside the Quincy Shops undergoing electrical repairs on a rainy Saturday.
An old GE unit switches out Twin Rivers Technologies, a fatty-acid plant at the mouth of the Fore River. The tracks are adjacent to the old Fore River Shipyard, closed in the 1980s after producing... (more)
The Fore River Transportation job spots loads at its owner, Twin Bridges Technologies.
The Fore River Transportation job begins its shove of tallow cars to its owner, Twin Bridges Technologies.
This ex Southern Pacific S6 made its way back east in the late 1970s and has been here ever since toiling for the Fore River Transportation company. Presently out of service, it is receiving work ... (more)
A former Penn Central GP38 and a former Pennsylvania Railroad N5 cabin are united again on the roster of Fore River Transportation, a terminal operation in Quincy MA. Both the cabin car (hey, my d... (more)
There's something in the wood! This crossing is at one of two streets right next to each other, both named Bower (and connecting at a point that is not on the map). The Fore River Railroad runs fr... (more)
Making The Drop. The FRVT crew drops a slug of tank cars, recently arrived from the CSX interchange, into Twin Rivers Technologies. Aside from being the primary customer, TRT also ... (more)
Eying The Competition. FRVT's crew eyeballs a trucker pulling off the scale while they climb off the loco to go about their pickup.
Janice grabs some video of an MBTA commuter train at Quincy.