Thursday, August 4, 2016

The Trackside Photograher

In 1967 a derailment on the Maine Central near Dresden, Maine, brought out the Waterville wreck train to clean up the mess. The crew worked through the night and the next day the railroad was running as normal. Bob Hughes was on hand to tell the story of "A Job Well Done."

Click here to read the full story, today on The Trackside Photographer, the websire dedicated to the railroad landscape.


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