MBTA 1056 leads the Cape Flyer southbound past the CSX yard in Middleboro bound for Hyannis. A line of 7 SLC F40PHs that the MBTA leased are awaiting pickup from CSX to go off the property. The le... (more)
MBTA 1056, in a MassDOT paint scheme, leads the Cape Flyer southbound at County Road in Rochester, MA.
MBTA 1035 leads the southbound Cape Flyer past the Buttermilk Siding in East Wareham, MA.
Saturday, July 24, 2021
The MBTA Cape Flyer arrives the Buzzards Bay Train Station in Bourne, MA with 1035 on the point.
Having just crossed Cohasset Narrows, MBTA 1136 leads the Cape Flyer into Wareham as an almost-full moon rises. The train has just departed Buzzards Bay and is bound for Boston South Station. 1136... (more)
MBTA 1054 (F40PH-3C) leads the southbound Cape Flyer over the 544' long vertical-lift bridge above the Cape Cod Canal in Bourne, MA.
MBTA 1136 leads the Cape Flyer north passing a cranberry bog in Sandwich. The train is making the return trip to Boston from Hyannis as part of the weekend passenger service to Cape Cod.
The MBTA Cape Flyer crosses the Cohasset Narrows bridge enroute from Hyannis to Boston with GP40MC 1136 in the lead. In the background looms the Cape Cod Canal Railroad Bridge making for a nice sc... (more)
The Cape Flyer is tied down in Hyannis after traveling from Boston. Later in the evening, the train will make the return trip. Sadly it will be delayed due to striking a pedestrian in Wareham.
Flying with the Flyer! MBTA Commuter Rail CapeFLYER has been well received by weekend travelers to Cape Cod. On July 8, 2018, the Sunday morning run heads towards Hyannis as it crosses the Cape Co... (more)
The evening Cape Flyer is boarding passengers in Hyannis. Soon it will depart for Boston.
Opening Weekend. The first MBTA Cape Flyer to Hyannis slowly retreats across the iconic lift bridge over the Cape Cod Canal, returning to Boston on the first day or service.