Pan Am Railways train POSE, running from Portland, ME to Selkirk, NY, passed the aptly named Church St crossing in Rollinsford, NH. This train almost always consists of run-through power from CSX.
Claremont Concord 105 works at West Lebabon, N.H.
Former Portland Terminal Alco S1 #1008 boards passengers at Weirs Beach during a hot summer day back in 2010. The Alco is not as common on these rails now as the railroad has purchased some newer ... (more)
The rare shipment of the former Claremont and Concord Railroad Alco S4 makes its way south through Charlestown finally after some brake issues before departing Claremont. This was the last time CC... (more)
Trouble with the Claremont-Concord locomotive's brakes delayed the BF-1 extra in Claremont Junction, and so the destination was changed from Northfield, MA to North Walpole, NH to await a later sh... (more)
GP18 #1801 (Former NEGS #503) in fresh paint leads 4 clean gravel cars and caboose #100 out of the pit. The 4 gravel cars will be set off in Tri-City and the 1801 with caboose will proceed to Some... (more)
Going through some older railroad images that I shot and never shared I came across this gem. During railfan weekend in 2014 Fred Jones and John Tully hosted a night photo event with Lumedyne flas... (more)
This nicely restored Alco S1 spent many years performing switcher duty with the Maine Central Railroad. In her semi-retirement, she pulls excursion trains for the Hobo Railroad in the White Mounta... (more)
The NHN Gravel train gets under way as they depart the Pit in Ossipee
Conway Scenic's train to Fabyan's pulls into the station at Crawford Notch with a full train.
Led by a mighty AC6000CW, am early morning "POSE" rolls through the town of Plaistow, NH.
Pulling hard in to a small town. 56 loads of slurry wake a small New Hampshire town as the 4 EMDs in charge waste no time headed East
Pan Am railways POSE makes short work of the grade up into Exeter NH on a mild and sunny November Sunday morning
RDC-1 CSRX 23 and GP7 CSRX 573 are parked near the roundhouse at North Conway during Railfans Weekend in 2014. Barely visible at right is F7A BM 4268.