PORTLAND OR May 22 1984 — Portland Terminal S2 39 idles at the engine facility. The unit was built in 1949 for Northern Pacific Terminal as NPT 39. It became PTRC 39 when the railroad changed it... (more)
PORTLAND OR Aug 20 1981 — Portland Terminal S4 43 goes about its switching duties at Lake Yard. Alco built the unit for North Pacific Terminal (b/n 79560) as NPT 43 in March 1952. When the line ... (more)
PORTLAND OR May 22 1984 — Portland Terminal S2 39 sits at the engine facility. The unit was built in 1949 for Northern Pacific Terminal as NPT 39. It became PTRC 39 when the railroad changed its... (more)
Portland Terminal S4 1062 moves a lone side-dump car as it switches Rigby Yard in Portland, Maine..
Portland Terminal S1 1005 waits on shop trucks at the Rigby roundhouse while the forces inside are doing truck/wheel work.
Portland Terminal Alco switchers get attention in the roundhouse at Rigby Yard in Portland, Maine.
The only S3 on Portland Terminal Company’s roster, number 1101, idles near the Rigby Yard office in Portland Maine
Portland Terminal Company, once jointly owned by the Maine Central and the Boston & Maine, later a subsidiary of the Maine Central, served the local industries in Portland, South Portland, and We... (more)
The Portland Terminal Company was a Maine Central subsidiary that handled local switching in Maine's largest city with a fleet of Alco switchers and also ran Rigby Yard in South Portland on behalf... (more)
As the winter sun sinks low, Portland Terminal Company Alco S1 1008 shuffles cars at the north end of Rigby Yard in South Portland, ME. PT provided switching services here for its owner Maine Cent... (more)
The resident pigeons have a great view of the action as Portland Terminal Company Alco S4 1062 works the north end of Rigby Yard in South Portland, ME. Tower PT presided over the Maine Central, Bo... (more)
Portland Terminal S-4 sits between assignments at South Rigby Yard.
While a Portland Terminal Alco S2 switches an adjacent yard, a passenger train at the station platform prepares to depart for Seattle.
PT 140 runs back to yard, crossing the interesting bike trail signal.
From SP 9721 works on the Portland Terminal, breaking up a BNSF Chicago-Portland Z train. A long ways away from the hotshot intermodal trains this unit would run on The Sunset Route.