Was driving through this morning and thought I saw Keolis MOW crews at the Sterling St. crossing in Clinton (with POSE stopped close enough to the crossing to activate both it and the Mill St crossing in Lancaster).
KSmitty wrote:The T's normal route between the North and South sides is closed for some bridge(?) work and so they are using Pan Am's Worcester line to shuffle equipment. The blue engine was probably a GMTX GP38-2. I believe they have a couple of those leased right now. Did it look something like this? -> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File ... X_2146.jpg" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;yep thats it!
jaymac wrote:Dunno what it means, but ~1400/01-09-2019, CSXT 5368 plus an obscured trailer was dark about 100' W of the Burncoat Street crossing with a train that was well shy of New Bond. On the Greendale siding sat the Herzog equipment and KCIRs 7655(W) and 7620. Pre-0500, D-3 had spoken with a CSX crew about a power swap and a tied down an uncrewed train.What is a KCIR?
Anyone know why KCIRs are south of MP X25?