BO-1 had just cleared Peabody Square with 15 empties in tow as they approach Wallis St. At least two times a week, this local makes the trip to Peabody to service Rousselot, one of the only remain... (more)
Rigby Yard in Portland, Maine was home to Alco switchers from home-road Portland Terminal, as well as from parents Maine Central and Boston & Maine. Here a Maine Central S4 idles near the yard off... (more)
On the heels of an earlier EDMO with leaser power, comes this small EDRJ. A nice surprise is the unexpected pair of Guilfrod schemed Geeps on this road train as it rumbles for Fisherman's Lane.
The crew of the RJ-2 switches some tank cars out at Schenectady International. Schenectady International is the western most customer on the Pan Am Railway.
POED smokes em up westbound through Westford with 317, 506, 503, 207, 214, 352 powering the heavy train
No shortage of locomotives on today's LOED! The Lowell to East Deerfield train begins to pull the CSX Barber's interchange cut away from their train to set out at the Willows.
All of Guilfords wreck equipment is seen here at East Deerfield yard including two cranes after cleaning up a big wreck in West Deerfield.
LOED's conductor takes a bow before taking the power to the service tracks.