Farewell to Number 4. Trailing a string of original Maine 2-foot coaches and combines, Monson Railroad Locomotive #4 begins its last day of operation along the Portland waterfront, before b... (more)
Farewell to Number 4. In preparation for her last operating day, Monson Railroad Locomotive #4 slowly builds pressure just outside the Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Company's shop building on... (more)
Farewell to Number 4. With the FRA Form 4 on Monson Railroad Locomotive #4 about to expire, the Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Company and Museum decided to bring her out of the engine house o... (more)
After having some air issues at Allen Avenue, WAPO finally makes its way west through the string of neighborhood crossings in Portland, Maine.
A Pan Am local with 2 GP40's and 6 loads head to the Sappi Paper Mill in Westbrook, Maine. It is somewhat rare to see 2 locomotives on the Mountain Branch like this. This is the old Maine Central ... (more)
BN comes to Portland Maine? It sure looks like it with this nice green HLCX leaser - seen leading a lengthy SJPO rolling through Portland Maine, about to cross the Fore River Bridge into S... (more)
SJPO is almost to its destination as it comes through Mountain Junction and is about to cross the Fore River
MEC 606, the "Snoot Nose", leads WAPO past CPF196, nearing their destination, Rigby Yard.
Amtrak train 686 rolls out of Portland with a friendly wave from the engineer.
A trio of GP40's scream up the grade at Deering Junction with a nice smoke show.
With a hint of Fall color on the trees, a Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Co. train heads north paralleling the Eastern Promenade Trail and Casco Bay.
POWA accelerates up the grade through Deering Junction.
Pan Am switcher PO-1 prepares to do some switching at Deering Junction with GMTX leaser #3005.
Amtrak train 695 crosses the Fore River on a beautiful August evening.
The 822 is in town in advance of the first run celebrating the extension of the line north of Portland and is seen after a warm fall rain.