Pan Am Railways vintage set of FP9's shoves their Office Car Special East towards Boston as they pass the MBTA's Yard 14 outside of Boston Engine Terminal. Almost one of each current operating mod... (more)
On a warm cloudy Saturday afternoon, PAS RJAY(the CSXT G-056 loaded grain train train with BNSF power) departs Rotterdam Yard with four dash 8s after swapping power sets. Leading the train is MEC ... (more)
On a dreary day, three matched “big blues” march east past the Hoosic Runoff led by the “snoot nosed” MEC 606. The 606 is followed by MEC 612 & MEC 604. The crew will interchange with the Vermont ... (more)
After several delays, Pan AM train POAY (Portland, ME to Ayer, MA) splits the signals at Cross Road in the Ward Hill section of Haverhill, MA.
On a crisp Fall afternoon, Pan Am Railways OCS ducks under the High-Line Bridge as they wye their train around Boston Engine Terminal via the "4th Iron". Recently rebuilt GP40-2 MEC 345 ... (more)
Pan Am’s OCS heads east
The deadhead move of the Pan AM Railways Office Car Special to Boston passes Winchester Interlocking and the former Boston & Maine searchlight signals along the "New Hampshire Route." Th... (more)
The deadhead move of the Pan AM Railways Office Car Special to Boston passes Mystic Junction in Somerville. This is former Boston & Maine territory where trains went into the old "Yard 8.&quo... (more)
After wying the train at Swift Interlocking and shoving back to Tower A, the Pan AM crew prepares to yard their train. The train will be tied down overnight at Boston Engine Terminal in preparatio... (more)
The Pan Am Railways Office Car Special heads south on the Keolis New Hampshire Route in Winchester, MA, bound for Boston, MA. Note the old searchlights still used with this interlocking.
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)
It's pretty obvious why Pan Am's Hillsboro Branch is dubbed the "Derailment Branch". Pan Am train NA-1 slowly creeps along at 5 mph in Milford, NH. Once the train finally gets to the cro... (more)
Pan Am’s OCS made its first trip over the Portsmouth Branch. During this morning they made their way down the branch as they cross the Great Bay and head west to East Deerfield, MA
The Pan Am Office Car Special with it's two polished EMD FP9's crossing the Hudson River Bridge at Mechanicville, NY.