Sprinter611 wrote:If today's B724 was tied down only a few 100 yards west, there would have been a "Over Under" as Pan Am SEPO crossed under at 0708hrs
They nearly always tie down between Napa Auto Parts and the old train station. The longer the train is, the closer to the station they seem to tie down. Here is a quick iPhone grab I got back last February. I just missed by about 30 seconds being able to get SEPOs power under the bridge. I had to stop at the crossing and this was totally unexpected.
A couple of weeks before this picture, they tied down at this spot going back to Framingham. That was the only time I have ever seen them do that. Both locomotives were on the bridge with the nose of the lead engine at the station and the rest of the train all on the bridge.. On that day I heard SEPO go by in the predawn hours so no picture was even possible. Too bad because it was setup perfectly.