CSX GP40-2 6226 pops out of the diminutive Walpole Tunnel on MBTA/Keolis’ Franklin Line with Readville to Framingham, MA local B731.
CSX B731, the Readville to Framingham turn, exits the west portal of the Walpole Tunnel with GP40-2 6224 leading.
The New Haven had been gone for three years and the paint on yet-unaltered Penn Central RDC 33 showed wear as it crossed the diamond in front of the 1883 station at Walpole, MA, on its way to Fran... (more)
The MBTA's first F40PH clatters across the Conrail diamond at Walpole station with a Boston- Franklin train. When Walpole station was built in 1883, this was a crossing of the New York & New Engla... (more)
GP 40-2 #6235 bathes in the morning sun awaiting her next assignment at Walpole Yard.
We have just enough room to squeeze through the yard and, just enough power to make to Framingham. Considering all the railfan discontent with Penn Central, U boats sounded just as great here as a... (more)
A GP40 and GP35 are working a heavy tonnage rolling around the tight curve enroute to Selkirk. The red P on the second unit 2386 was a temporary livery experiment.
Winter does not stop freight trains in their tracks but signals do. In this case the train sat for almost an hour to clear two commuter trains and a southbound out of Medfield Junction.
Readville to Selkirk freight is on the move again after picking up orders from the junction tower operator. Off to the side notice a smashed box car, one load that did not make the trip west that ... (more)
Patriots train turning on the Walpole wye.
Hungry E unit on the point of another train load of Patriots Fans.