Pan Am Railway's Office Car Special rolls through Hoosick, NY with it's classic FP9's in charge of this special executive train.
Pan Am Railways launches a series of office car trips on July 12, as the sale of its rail operating arms, Springfield Terminal, Boston & Maine and Maine Central, is expected to be announced soon. ... (more)
The Reading & Northern's ex-NS F Units are seen bringing the holiday weekend's Office Car Special past South Tamaqua towards Reading.
Reading and Northern F9A 270 and F7B 275 lead the OCS through Zehners to start the Fourth of July Weekend. This is the first official train they have been on since they were purchased from NS earl... (more)
Reading & Northern OCS-03 cruises through Zehners as it make's it way to Jim Thorpe, PA with the bosses train in tow....
The Business Train: The Pan Am Railways OCS train glides downhill past CPF-334 in Westminster, MA as the train continues the second leg of its first trip of 2020 back home to Waterville, ME. The t... (more)
The Business Train: The Pan Am Railways OCS train accelerates up the grade at MP-355 in Royalston, MA as the train continues the second leg of its first trip of 2020 back home to Waterville, ME. T... (more)
With internal word being that the Pan Am Railways pair of FP9As may be reaching the end of the line for a variety of reasons, any remaining office car trips with this pair of 1954-built veteran du... (more)
The Pan Am Railways OCS train is seen coming around the corner passing the XO tower in Mechanicville, NY.
The Pan Am Railways OCS train is seen running over the Fishermans Bridge in Schaghticoke New York.
PAR FP9s PAR1 and PAR2 lead the OCS train past the B&M searchlight signals at Wamesit in Tewksbury, MA. Its pretty amazing to see searchlights and cab units both still in service in 2020.
Pan Am Railways office car special is seen coming off the wye in North Chelmsford passing "The Mill." The sleeper car which is the first car behind the locomotives has recently been pai... (more)
Pan Am Railways office car special is seen splitting the signals at CPF-WA (Western Ave) in Lowell. The sleeper car which is the first car behind the locomotives has recently been painted from its... (more)