- published: 06 Nov 2012
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GATX Leader, mixed frieght train to Concord, NH. This video taken at Bow Jct, NH. August 2012. Be sure to "Like" us at: "New England Railway Sightings" on Facebook. A new fan site where you are free to talk about anything trains and post photos of the trains you see. No rules as long as its train related.
On August 2, 2017, the Conway Scenic Railroad ran an extra to pick up two Maine Central freight cars from storage in Whitefield. GP9 1751 had been left at Crawford Depot the day before having led 252 and the Notch Train from North Conway. The crew left Crawford's with 1751 at about 7:00 AM and proceeded to the end of CSRX trackage at Hazen's in Whitefield. This day, however, the New Hampshire Central did not have an engine available to deliver the cars to the interchange. Instead, a New Hampshire Central boarded the locomotive and led it over the New Hampshire Central line to where the cars had been stored in Whitefield for 27 years. After some switching 1751 returned toward Conway, past the famous ball signal with the two freight cars in tow. I pretty much stumbled into this one and...
Here are two scenes of the 4 day a week southbound NHN freight in May 2016, both times going south through Somersworth NH. First scene has FURX 5509 - NHN 3825 for power. 5509 was built as a Southern GP38, and 3825 was built as a Conrail GP38-2. Nice P5 on 5509. Second scene has FURX 5509 - NHN 3823 - NHN 3825 for power. 3823 was also built as a Conrail GP38-2. Thanks for watching!
Seen here are various clips of the NHN I took this year. While most clips are on the former Boston & Maine "Conway Branch" - now NHN's mainline, there are a couple locations on Pan Am Railways District 2 that are also covered. 2017 saw the return of NHN #3823 to service after being overhauled; both internally and cosmetically, with a brand new paint job and paint scheme variation.
Hampshire and borders Freight Review of 2009. A look back at special freight workings, railtours and other interesting moves throughout 2009 (May to December) around Hampshire and surrounding counties. Sorry about the slightly bad sound quality, you might not notice it really, just turn the sound down a bit if you do. Unfortunately I can't do anything about it, it's a complicated reason why. The year was 2009 at the end of May, I was 15 and I had just left school. This is how I spent my summer vacation before collage. I needed something to do and being a rail enthusiast already, filming rare trains in the local area was ideal. This of course carried on until present day however I have moved onto doing photography more now. This is a look back at the special freight workings, railtours...
As a birthday present, one of my close friends gave me a ride with him to chase the New Hampshire Northcoast shortline railroad which runs from Ossipee, NH to Dover, NH. Today, GP38-2 #3825 is leading the charge with FURX #5509 trailing behind. This was an awesome day, and I hope I can come back sometime with a cleaner lens on the camera XD (I wish I had seen that beforehand!!) Also, there was a dumb driver at the end. Enjoy! -M
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OUR FIRST VIDEO!!!!!!!!! WELCOME EVERYONE...... me and my friend decided to take a trip to White River Junction from Essex on Amtrak's Vermonter to explore a abandoned Boston & Maine roundhouse. If you like this video, be sure to hit like and please subscribe for more exploring in VT!
This video was taken by Jim Krueger