The late evening sun over Lewiston/Auburn just barely manages to reach 378 leading Boston & Maine heritage unit 77 on its first run outside Waterville since receiving the new paint.
The first ever appearance of Boston & Maine heritage unit 77 out of the Waterville shops after being painted into the old maroon scheme. Just west of Leeds Jct. while waiting for a meet with an ea... (more)
Note "Boston and Maine" 77 freshly painted in the old school maroon.
Amtrak's 40th Anniversary Train along with Pan Am's business train are eastbound along the former MEC Lower Road after having just passed through Royal Jct in the distance. This train would be on ... (more)
The Paint is still fresh and glossy on GP40 378. Seen backing it's train into the siding at Wamasit MA
Preparing to depart town.
After leaving some cars for Maine Eastern and turning the engine around on the wye, 378 departs Brunswick with four cement cars on its way to Rigby Yard.
A (typical) dog's breakfast of power waits out the long weekend at Rigby Yard. From L-R are an ex-CSX SD45-2 (rebuilt to SD40-2 specs), the only ex-NKP GP35, and an ex-N&W GP40.
MEC 378 leads EDRJ past the Hoosick Falls depot on 11/12/2006. Sadly, the 150 year old station burned down only a few months later on the night of June 9, 2007 while still being used by Pan Am (Gu... (more)
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MEC 378 leads NMED through heavy sleet at Millers Falls as another winter storm pounds the region.
Grey and orange are a theme in this photo as EDRJ behind classic EMD power crosses the Hoosic River on a dreary fall day.
Pan Am high nose GP 40 leads BABK out of NMJ headed to Bangor. The train had 3 other units another GP35 and 2 GP40s with 40 cars.
SEED rolls past the red barn in Buckland with high nose GP40 378 leading.