America Welcomes You. It was just after 1800 when Canadian Pacific Railway Train 250 formally arrived in Jackman, Maine thought the CBP scanner during a day long snowfall on Saturday, Febru... (more)
After a 6 hour delay due to unknown mechanical issues with the head engine at the time, CMQ 9011, CP 250 rolls through the sweeping curve at route 6 in Tarrantine with an all EMD power set. CP 250... (more)
Interesting Things Come To Those Who Wait. Canadian Pacific Railway Train 250 experienced mechanical difficulties during its journey on Saturday, February 27, 2021. Many hours off of its no... (more)
CP F24 pauses from its switching duties in Farnham Yard. Power is CMQ 3817.
CMQ 3817 takes a rest in Farnham Yard.
Farnham yard job CP F24 has CMQ 3817 for power as it is passed by the inbound CP 251, with CP 6018 & CP 7011 for power.
On June 18, Canadian Pacific Railway's CMQ US train F16-18 is ready to depart southbound on the Searsport Subdivision from the Northern Maine Junction Yard at Hermon, Maine. The train would servic... (more)
Central Maine & Quebec Cowansville Turn is heading back to Farnham Yard at Brookport Qc.
CMQ 904 comes over the hill in Richford, VT. This wasn't your average CMQ train, this was a test train from Quebec to White River Junction, VT. Usually this train is 710 but that only goes to Newp... (more)
Originating in Newport Vt, Central Maine & Quebec Plow Extra 3817 North is passing through the picturesque town of Sutton on its way to Farnham Yard.
Coming from Newport Vt, Central Maine & Quebec Plow Extra 3817 North heads north toward Farnham.
Before the next assignment, some of the locomotives at Farnham Yard today has just finished of being inspected by the shop department personal.
The first CMQ/VRS Farnham-White River Jct Vt through freight skirts the Quebec/Vermont border as it rolls through the Missisquoi River Valley at Glen Sutton, Quebec
On this spring equinox day, Central Maine & Quebec 710 leans into the super-elevated curve as it departs Farnham for Richford Vt.
Farnham-Sherbrooke Central Quebec & Maine #630 glides across the Eastman Trestle.