Pan Am Railways Local BO-1 is seen working the docks in Everett at the Ciment Quebec facility. In an unforeseen move, MEC 507 was recently repainted from Pan Am blue to a throwback Guilford paint ... (more)
Lawrence local LA-1 shoves one loaded car for Whittemore Perlite down Glenn St on the Lowell Hill Industrial Track in Lawrence, MA. With the news of Pan Am Railways being for sale, Maine Central #... (more)
Guilford Rail System: MEC 507 shocked the New England railfan community as it emerged from the Pan Am Railways Waterville paint booth in a fresh coat of Guilford Rail System. A name the company ha... (more)
"The Pine Tree Route"
You know it's bad when you write the caption in your head before you even take the shot! But when I saw this young white pine growing along the... (more)
Pan Am train ST RUPO approaches the Route 202 overhead bridge while nearing Leeds Junction in Leeds, ME with MEC 507, 511, 516 (GP40-2LWs) leading.
Pan Am train ST RUPO passes through farmland just north of the Route 106 crossing in Leeds, ME. MEC 507, 511, and 516 are leading today's train through the snow.
Pan Am Rumford-Portland freight crossing the Androscoggin River in Auburn, ME with MEC 507 (GP40-2LW) leading.
Pan Am Rumford-Portland freight approaching Bishop Hill Road in Leeds with MEC 507 (GP40-2LW) leading.
Pan Am Rumford-Portland freight coming off of the Rumford branch at Leeds Junction with MEC 507 (GP40-2LW) leading.
Pan Am train RUPO (Rumford to Portland Maine) crosses the large bridge in downtown Lewiston on former Maine Central tracks as it makes its way west (compass south) to Portland.
Taken from the MBTA parking garage, BO-1 hurries through Downtown Lynn with five empties from Rousselot in tow. A couple days a week, this local services the only two remaining customers on the No... (more)
The FI-1 takes a break on the Greenville Industrial Track on an unseasonably warm late February day. Thank you to the friendly crew for the good conversation.
With the derailed hoppers uprighted, the crew of NA-1 backs MEC 507 with two empties and one load into Hendrix Wire for unloading. The empties will be taken back to Nashua.