Job 1 at Greenville Junction

Job 1 slowly rolls over the bridge at Greenville Junction, with the lead AC44 framed by the through truss. A slow order crossing the bridge here allows one to grab a shot at Kyleton on the other side of town, then handily beat them down into the junction here, and shoot them crossing the bridge as well. At one point, the Bangor & Aroostook used to interchange with the Canadian Pacific here, as well as having a dock here for Moosehead Lake, Maine’s largest lake (which has over 400 miles of shoreline), but the BAR’s Greenville Branch was pulled up in the early sixties due to the lack of traffic.

Posted by Thomas Coulombe on 2018-10-14 02:54:54

Tagged: , Central Maine & Quebec , CMQ , GE AC4400CW , AC4400CW , Job 1 , freight train , train , bridge , trestle , Greenville Junction , Maine , Moosehead Sub

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