- published: 13 Jul 2009
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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...
Like us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/StokleyRailProductions In this video, Stokley Rail Productions brings you a variety of trackside action all throughout the 2013 season. We`ll start off in the Spring-time and end in the Fall. We will happen to capture several Pan Am and Amtrak Trains, make a visit to the Conway Scenic and the Valley Railroad. Lastly, we will capture the New Hampshire Northcoast Gravel Train as it races through Exeter, NH. So sit back and enjoy the action
Video taken 12-29-2010 on this very nice December day
Date: March 31, 2012; 0021 Taken with an iPhone 4S Railfanning with Wendell Kiesman (http://www.youtube.com/user/bigboy401) we caught St. Lawrence and Atlantic's daily north-bound freight at the US Route 2 (Lancaster Rd) lead by a RM-1 #806, GP40X #3806, and GP40M-3 #3105. Keeping up with the SLR can be hard due to their usual 35-50mph track speed, though the train is slowing down in this video, getting ready for the meet with the south-bound train, a couple miles ahead. If anybody knows SLR's train symbols, please let me know, thanks!
The Downeaster passenger train #693 is holding to yard speed as it heads eastbound through the Dover (NH) freight yard. The train has just left the Dover station and is about to overtake an eastbound freight that has not quite stopped to tie up in Rollinsford. The video was taken at about 12:41 PM on April 18, 2009, from trackside in front of the old B&M roundhouse near the east end of the Dover Freight Yard.
Sorry about the quality, it was taken on my cell phone.
contoocook river henniker new hampshire. river level was 8.25ft. 4-19-13
We make a brief stop just south of Hook Station on the main line to Basingstoke, and then move to Bramley where we amongst the Turbos and Voyagers we see a reasonable number of freights. Our next stop is Park Lane, near Mortimer, where we a southbound container train. Finallly, we are at Mortimer Station and see two northbound freights. Freight traffic seen was: Bramley Station 66538 on 4M61 Southampton - Trafford Park (Freightliner) 66054 on 4O21 Hams Hall to Southampton (DBS) 66206 on 0V27 Eastleigh Yd to Hinksey Yd (DBS) 66092 on 6V38 Marchwood - Didcot (DBS) 66570 on 4O27 Garston to Southampton (Freightliner) Near Mortimer 66047 on 4O16 Ditton to Southampton (DBS) Mortimer Station 66503 on 4M68 Southampton to Birch Coppice (Freightliner) 66125 on 6M52 Southamp...