The first GMTX GP40-3/RoadSlug set that Pan Am Railways is leasing is seen posed at Waterville, Maine on November 7, 2016. Supplemental lighting from Alien Bees B1600s x3.
ST 72 and ST 51 slowly trundle through Shawmut with cars from the Sappi Paper mill about 8 miles north.
A pair of vintage geeps cast a reflection, leading SAPI-3 down the Hinckley Branch toward Waterville, ME. It's an amazing site to see these units in mainline service in 2009.
A sure bet for a pair of GP9s, Guilford's SAPI-3 train originates at the SAPPI Paper Mill in Hinckley, ME (the smoke distantly above the train) and heads to Waterville. Today's consist includes G... (more)
Rumbling the windows of the adjacent homes in Fairfield, Guilford's SAPI-3 train approaches the Freight Main Line on the Hinckley Branch at CPF110.
GP9s are no strangers to Fairfield, Maine, as the daily SAPPI paper train makes a pair of passages on its way between the Hinckley, ME mill and Guilford's Waterville Yard. The dwarf signal is dis... (more)
The daily dedicated SAPPI Paper Mill train from Hinckley, ME to Waterville arrives the terminus yard and passes the former Keyes Paper Mill - now Huhtamaki - at the east end of Waterville Yard.