Pan Am Railways POED accelerating out of Lawrence, MA approaching CPF-JK in a lucky sunspot.
Patched and Painted. Pan Am's POED rumbles through Orange with a pair of ever-common GE C40-8's. What keeps these units interesting is the mismatched patch jobs each unit receives to hide its form... (more)
Train POED id arriving East Deerfield yard with a rare (these days) set of painted power led by C40-8 #7552 ( the first GE to get painted into Pan Am colors) and SD40-2 #619 as they cross the Conn... (more)
New Blue Number 2, MEC 7635, leads POED by the Boston & Maine Bradford depot. 7635 is the second of Pan Am's growing fleet of GE's to receive the railroad's corporate colors.
Always a nice change from the ever-common GEs, a pair of EMDs are in charge of POED this evening. An ex-QNS&L SD40-2 leads an ex-CN GP40-2W under the Boston & Maine searchlight signals in Lowell.
PAR POED smokes its way around the curve at CPF 203, just outside Portland's Rigby yard with some vibrant foliage providing a scenic backdrop
Engineer Dennis brings POED's power through the yard to the head end of their train
POED has traveled 73 miles from its origin in Portland, ME as it enters the interlocking in the village of Plaistow
Autumn Struggle. Pulverized sand, leaves, and exhaust fly as GP40 344 (ex-CR, PC 3221, built 11/68) leads four other units (one shut down and one not loading properly on the verge of giving up th... (more)
The POED drifts downgrade along the Millers River and underneath of Rte. 2 at Wendell Depot. It is not apparent in this shot, but the visible straight section of track is actually a beautiful bal... (more)
Monday's POED travels Guilford's District Three behind three NS Dash 9s and a GP40-2. The L.P. Athol Corporation's old mill building makes a nice backdrop as the train slides downhill in dynamics... (more)