Operations on the Boston & Maine New Hampshire Division

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Operations on Paul Dolkos’s HO scale Boston & Maine New Hampshire Division model railroad begin with the local called White Field South powered by a JP-7 1571. It takes the west siding at Wells before crossing the Barre and Chelsey. The train has two cars waiting on the Wells pickup track. The Jeep has picked up a B&O boxcar and a Rutland flat. Mill job is switching the White Mountain Paper Company. At Barrett the cars from Wells get dropped at the Perini Brothers Granite Shed. The top of the B&O boxcar offers a different perspective on the granite works. The Canadian National boxcar will stay here, but the Boston gondola and Maine and Pennsylvania boxcar will get picked up.

From the Ammonoosuc River crossing there is a nice view of the Barrett General Store. Then it is on to Haverhill Junction and then into Woodsriver, which stretches out behind the freight station. Next on the Boston and Maine railroad, we pass by the Woodsriver Coal Company. Today White Field South will terminate at the Woodsriver receiving yard. The yard switcher is working the yard lead. The red building way in the back is the meat distributor. To see full operations on the Boston and Maine railroad, view the full video. More railroad operations videos and more Allen Keller videos can we found in the Model Railroad Academy archives.