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Maine Central F3A #681 at St. Johnsbury, Vermont at the western end of its fabled Mountain Division during August of 1964. Richard Wallin photo.

Maine Central at St. Johnsbury, Vermont at the western end of its fabled Mountain Division during August of Richard Wallin photo.

ALCO RS2

ALCO RS2

RailPictures.Net Photo: MEC 258 Maine Central EMD GP38 at Waterville, Maine by TC Caughman

High quality photograph of Maine Central EMD # MEC 258 at Waterville, Maine, USA.

RailPictures.Net Photo: MEC 554 Maine Central Alco RS-2 at Waterville, Maine by George W. Hamlin

Net Photo: MEC 554 Maine Central Alco at Waterville, Maine by…

RailPictures.Net Photo: MEC 262 and MEC 257 Maine Central EMD GP38 at South Portland, Maine by Jose Nevarez

RailPictures.Net Photo: MEC 262 and MEC 257 Maine Central EMD GP38 at South Portland, Maine by Jose Nevarez

Railroad: Maine Central @ Bangor, Me.

MEC a GE 44 tonner, built in May of would be sold to Aroostook Valley in February of 1986 and a EMD built in October of 1950 would be transferred to Springfield Terminal and renumbered

RailPictures.Net Photo: MEC 802 Maine Central Alco RS-11 at South Orrington, Maine by Chuck Schwesinger

Net Photo: MEC 802 Maine Central Alco at South Orrington, Maine by Chuck Schwesinger

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RailPictures.Net Photo: MEC 404 Maine Central GE U18B at Waterville, Maine by Donald Haskel (Collection)

Net Photo: MEC 404 Maine Central GE at Waterville, Maine by Donald Haskel (Collection)

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