The fly fisherman has just bagged his catch, while I bag mine as the Central Maine & Quebec's Job 2 coasts over the East Outlet of the Kennebec River. A pair of Red Barns lead another former CP SD... (more)
With plenty of color in the woods of northern Maine, CMQ's Job 2 starts to lean into the curve by Parlin Stream, along the shore of Long Pond to the right. They're ten miles from Jackman, with ano... (more)
The CMQ's 211 job rolls south over the Prospect Trestle, from the rarely photographed east side. The lead B23-7, CMQ 2004, is still wearing its battered looking Santa Fe colors; unfortunately, the... (more)
An unusually warm March morning finds Pan Am's WAPO (Waterville - Portland) passing the distant signals for the siding at Fairgrounds. The warm morning was the cause for the very thick ground fog,... (more)
In a rare occurrence of Pan Am's GP9s leading a road freight, GP9 52, decorated in Maine Central heritage paint, leads NMWA (Northern Maine Junction - Waterville) over the Kennebec River, from Ben... (more)
CMQ 9024, along with CMQ 9023, the first two repainted red barns to be released back into service, lead a PRLX SD40T-2, the 2856, west over the Pat McKinney Bridge outside Jackman, with Job 1 in t... (more)
Central Maine & Quebec Job 2, led by three ex-Canadian Pacific SD40-2Fs, roll along the causeway dividing Shadow Pond (on the left), and Moosehead Lake, Maine's largest lake, and the namesake for ... (more)
Central Maine & Quebec Job 1, led by three ex-Canadian Pacific SD40-2Fs, commonly known as 'Red Barns', lead a single ex-UP tunnel motor west over the large trestle at Onawa.