Pan Am's former Maine Central Rigby Yard in Portland is host to an array of elderly motive power - the mix includes Pan Am (MEC) GP40-2W 511 and MEC GP40 306; MEC GP40 379 by itself; B&M GP40 332,... (more)
Amtrak Downeaster train 686 rolls through Pan Am Railway's former Maine Central yard in Portland, ME. The 686 is led by 'Cabbage' 90213 and has a rare pair of P42-9s shoving - the 109/56. One of... (more)
B & M GP9 and MEC GP7 stand side by side at Rigby engine house waiting for call to haul 100 car symbol freights
Elevated roster of GP40 316 (ex-CR, nee-PC 3209, built 11/68) leading the power off of terminating SEPO over to the shop.
Downeaster waiting to leave for Boston
One of the 2 Downeaster trainsets lays over between runs.
Three GE U18Bs roll gently through Deering, Portland with the daily RUPO freight from Rumford to Rigby Yard. These little chuggers were the normal power for these trains. Nikon FE2 and Kodachrome ... (more)
A Maine Central GP38 switches cars in Rigby Yard while locos in a variety of color schemes rest in the Portland Terminal facility.
An ex ATSF SD26 rests in the company of an exLV GP38-2 at the Portland Terminal facility, Rigby Yard, South Portland.
An exD&H U23B and an MEC GP38 roll across the Fore River on their way to Rigby Yard. Taken from the Route 1 bridge.
A Maine Central GP7 switches customers in Deering, Portland.