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Victoria, 3-10 to 8-10-2004
After fueling up, we headed over to Rigby yard. Nothing was going on at the moment, but motive power was plentiful.
We headed up to the road overpass to find a Pan Am Railways GP40 switching the yard.
We grabbed some subs from a local sub shop and headed over to a local businesses parking lot to get a new view of the action.
The crew tied up for lunch, nicely lining up three Pan Am locomotives for a picture. From left to right, a GP40-2L, a GP40, and a SD40-2.
Some nice MOW equipment was in the yard, including a Jordan Spreader and some Guilford boxcars.
Our next stop was back in Wells, where a northbound Downeaster stormed in at 6:50 that evening. Notice the freight far off in the distance waiting for clearance.
The next (and last) day in our trip, we caught two Downeasters in the pouring rain before heading home to NY.
We attempted to chase the southbound from Wells to Exeter, NH, but we missed it by a minute. I did snap some picutres of the station before hitting the road though.
Although the station is entirely open platform, a QuikTrak is housed in a small protection unit.
Everyone must wear a mask on the train…
Look for a Trackside Treks video covering the trip soon! -Harrison
This article first appeared on northcountrytrains.wordpress.com
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