NMED crawls out of the fog as it climbs the grade out of Waterville yard. The 511 is one of two units repainted for Pan Am.
Ex CP plow being pushed by B23-7 2004 by the East outlet of Moosehead Lake and approximately 77 miles from its destination Lac Megantic Quebec.
MMA 2004 coming into Brownville Junction to pick up its plow to head west on the Moosehead Sub
Plow extra lead by VB 103 ex CP plow and pushed by MMA 2004 heading for Lac Megantic Quebec after a snow storm dumping 12-15 inches of snow.
Maine Eastern 764 heads west with 11 cars in tow destined for the Guilford interchange in Brunswick, Maine on December 26, 2007. Its seen here crossing the fill at Wiscasset in the late afternoon ... (more)
Ex BAR 79 on the Caribou Branchline.
Squapan Job going through Chapman after some nightly snow which can be seen on the rails ahead of the train.
Ex BNSF unit now MMA 2002 is making its way from Easton through the Potato Fields in Aroostook County heading to Presque Isle
MD-1 enters Oakland at the Oak Street crossing at 1425. GP9 51 will run around its cars at CPF 119 and then head to Waterville.
It is difficult to find a scene in 2007 that looks more "branchliney" than fifty-year old GP9 51 SLOWLY bringing today's loads from Madison paper through picturesque Norridgewock, ME.
GP40-2W 516 leads the NMED past an old MEC close clearance sign resembling a crossbuck at the west end of the Rumford Jct. passing track. The train is passing under Danville Corner Road and will ... (more)
Up early and off to work with 70 cars behind them, BAR Geep 38s look great in orange and grey.
Pan Am or GRS GP9 #51 eases MD2, the Madison Job, over the bridge at Norridgewock at 5mph.
Maine Eastern's eastbound train #2 arrives at Wiscasset, Maine. There is no depot here - the train stops near the public marina/boat ramp and loads passengers next to the parking lot.
On a spectacular Labor Day in Maine, the 3PM train heads north the the bridge at Back Cove with the beautiful Casco Bay in the background.