The Grafton & Upton Railroad once operated in Milford, MA but the line extension had been abandoned and later pulled up. This year, there was renewed interest in extending the line and it was comp... (more)
Passenger service on the Grafton & Upton ended in 1928, but fifty years later the classic country station at West Upton, MA, was still standing. I believe it was being used as an office by a local... (more)
On a rainy spring morning, the Grafton & Upton's daily freight between Hopedale and North Grafton makes its way through West Upton, MA, behind Alco S4 1001. Unlike many small shortlines at the tim... (more)
Having departed the railroad's headquarters town of Hopedale, MA, as a light engine move, Grafton & Upton S4 1001 rolls through the November woods en route to West Upton where it will pick up its ... (more)
On its way to work on a bright November morning, Grafton & Upton S4 1001 slowly cruises through the woods of central Massachusetts. The Alco and its crew left the railroad's enginehouse at Hopedal... (more)
Grafton & Upton S4 1001 shuffles cars at Upton, MA, on its daily trip to the north end of the 15-mile line. At the time this Alco was the G&U's regular locomotive, with a GE 44-Tonner as backup.
On a fall afternoon, Grafton & Upton S4 1001 pulled the railroad's daily train into the small yard at North Grafton, MA, where it will swap interchange cars with Conrail. At this time this Alco wa... (more)
Grafton & Upton runs with their daily run to Hopedale passing though Upton. The leased MP15AC is being used as the railroad's regular power is undergoing repairs.
Grafton & Upton runs with their daily run to Hopedale passing though Upton. The leased MP 15AC is being used as the railroad's regular power is undergoing repairs.
Switchin' in a Winter Wonderland - A Grafton & Upton Railroad Saturday Extra assembles their train in the railroad's North Grafton, Mass. yard among a fresh snowfall still clinging to the trees.
The End Of An Alco. Grafton & Upton S4 #212 meets her fate in the railroad's West Upton yard. With the other S4 and remaining GE 44-tonner already cut up, the scrapping of #212 wou... (more)