POAY under the command of a pair of ex-CSX C40s makes track speed passing the former Boston and Maine depot at East Kingston.
P&W power lead an empty coal train on Pan Am rails, heading back to the Port of Providence.
GECX 3843, a RailAmerica GP38-3 assigned to the New England Central lays over next to the White River Junction Station.
A loaded CN ore train pulls through Empire Junction and off the LS&I.
NMED crawls out of the fog as it climbs the grade out of Waterville yard. The 511 is one of two units repainted for Pan Am.
Former Conrail GP40 MEC 314 leads EDRU out of Leeds Junction north up the branch to Rumford with 95 cars.
MD-1 creeps north along the Madison branch in a summer rain shower. The branch is a roller coaster ride for the crew.
One of two remaining SD26s in worldwide service is assisted by a former CN GP40-2 in putting on an Alco show pulling up the grade out of the Belgrade lakes, as WAED rolls west.
NMED passes through the small yard at Oakfield, moving past a string of cars from Madison.
Plow Extra 202 passes the decommissioned signal at MP 34.8. The WACR had previously run a spreader through this section of track, but additional accumulation left the tracks covered.
The WACR plow extra eases past the old Hood building. Years ago, it was used for loading milk cars. The Hood sign remained on the building up until a few years ago.
Former BM 1740 sits next to the old freight house at Waterville, waiting to head west. This unit is one of 8 remaining BM GP9s in service, and only one of 4 that didn't participate in the Boston ... (more)
A pair of veteran geeps lead Sappi 3 through Shawmut village. Everything is in place for Christmas in the village, except having snow...
The 764 enjoys a break for the holiday. The 764 is the only Geep painted for the Maine Eastern.
The cog locomotive steams as it ascends the final grade to the station at the summit of Mount Washington.