As the last days of May 2020 approached, so did the end of the Central Maine & Quebec Railway as we knew it. Having just made six years of operation, they would be bought by another railroad that... (more)
5 feet 6 inch gauge ALCo No 3817 was built in Schenectady in the late 1950s. It is seen here at Quetta in 2001, shunting empty carriages.
Having been a night job for nearly nine months, Central Maine & Quebec's #211 has returned to daylight at least for now. On one of the few nicer days this May of 2019, The return leg of #211 had ... (more)
A group of track workers take a quick break to be photographed as ALCo 3817 shunts carriages at Quetta in 2001.
Both the driver and assistant are determined to be in the photo! 3817 was built by ALCO in the late 1950s. It is an ARPW 20 EB class. Anyone know what EB stands for? The photo is level despite th... (more)
Moving in to pick up a string of tank cars with GP-9 RSSX 430