Boston & Maine local freight NA-1 out of Nashua observes a 10mph speed limit as it rolls west through Milford, NH, on the Hillsboro Branch. GP9 1707 is in charge.
Boston & Maine GP9 1707 leads the way with Hillsboro Branch local freight NA-1 out of Nashua, NH, as it heads west through South Merrimack, NH, on a perfect late summer morning.
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.
Guilford local freight NA-1 creeps it's way on the Hillsboro Branch with a hazardous in tow as the conductor protects the crossing while in the heart of Nashua. Every now and then you hear of "a... (more)
After working Concord Yard, NA1 heads south back to Nashua.
The NA-1 awaits its crew in the Manchester Yard.
NA-1 departs the Manchester yard en route to Nashua.
NA-1 heads south across the Merrimack River back to Nashua.
NA-1 on it's return trip to Nashua.
NA-1 adds the train left off by NEGS to their's and will pull it to the south end of the yard so NEGS can depart north with their new train from GRS.
NA-1 heads south with it's train picked up from Manchester with including a 50 ton military recovery vehicle as the first load.
A DODX car with a M-88A1 ARV on board heading west to Mechanicsville NY and then south. One of the many requirements was to be the "head car in view of the crew".
Loaded unit coal train snakes it's way into Hooksett about to pass under the bridge with snow capped coal hoppers.
Empty Bow coal train sits ready to go south once it's recrewed.
NA-1 is heading south back to the Nashua yard after picking up 38 cars in Manchester with ex CR 3260 GP40.