Boston & Maine heritage painted 77 leads a local through downtown Pittsfield bound for Northeast Agricultural Sales in Detroit, Maine.
AMTK 90214 leads 688 through the Scarborough Marsh on a beautiful spring evening. Starting in Brunswick Maine, this train is headed for Boston. AMTK 108 was the power at the back.
With a recently added white stripe down the nose, MEC 611 leads POED west through the Scarborough Marsh on a beautiful spring afternoon.
Running a few hours behind its' "normal" schedule, Central Maine & Quebec's Searsport job was done with it's work at Searsport, Maine on May 30, 2014. It would be non-stop back to Hermo... (more)
Fortress Investment Group is bringing in new lease units (CIT/CEFX) for their newly acquired Central Maine and Quebec Railway. Shown here are 5 of the 7 GP20D that just arrived from Pan Am exchan... (more)
On a cold winter morning, the sun rises behind RUPO in North Leeds. This broadside angle is impossible in the warmer months of the year, as corn growing in the field will block the view of the tra... (more)
Maine Central class leader GE U18B #400 on turn table at MEC's round house in Bangor, Maine July 24, 1982.
A look at the four engines behind the spreader clearing the Maine Northern Oakfield Yard. A CAT 938F is also seen helping with the snow removal process.
With Maine Northern's Oakfield Yard buried in snow, four units provide power for NBSR Spreader 402896 to clear the yard one track at a time. I took this photo while back in Maine during my college... (more)
514 is illuminated by the evening's last rays of sun at Leeds Jct.
Farewell to Number 4. On her final day of operation, Monson #4 ran 3 public passenger trips around Portland's Eastern Promenade. When those were completed, the engine crew began to prepar... (more)
Amtrak Train 688 races under the bridge at the intersection of Durham Road and Old Brunswick Road, known as "Deep Cut", on a beautiful spring evening. AMTK 89 was pushing/powering the train at the... (more)
Delaware & Hudson GP39-2 #7418 former Reading #3418, Maine Central GP38 #255 and Bangor and Aroostook GP7 #72.
Farewell to Number 4. Portland's Eastern Promenade is alive with walkers, runners, dog-walkers and yes, railfans too, as the Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Company's Monson Locomotive #4 pulls... (more)