Pan Am Railways local BO-1 passes the former Forbes Industrial Site as they cross Chelsea Creek heading Eastbound. Twice a week, this local makes the trek up the North Shore to service their last ... (more)
Sporting the blue MassDOT "fishbone" paintjob, #1056 shoves Beverly local train No. 192 over Chelsea Creek towards Boston. Chelsea Creek was host to the first Naval engagement of the American Rev... (more)
Pan Am train BO-1 with MEC GP40s 345 and 381 passes through the marshlands in Revere en route to Salem and Peabody.
Among New England roads, the New Haven was best-known for coastal trackage, but the B&M's Eastern Route hugs the coastline for most of its length as well, as demonstrated by MBTA 2156 crossing Che... (more)
These 0600's #4 cars were replaced in 2009 after 30 years of service with a preserved pair going to Seashore Trolley Museum. The Blue Line retraces an old narrow gauge ROW.