P&L 1012 by Winona
This was Saturday's Fall Foliage Special excursion heading south for home base Meredith. Besides riding some rare mileage from Meredith to Plymouth, guests are treated to a delicious buffet feast at the Common Man Inn in Plymouth. On the return trip south, there's a stopover and tour at the historic Ashland Station.
The once Winona Station was located just a bit south of here. (MP-C41.06) The train was crossing a very narrow bridge over Winona Road, wide enough for one car, with a low clearance.
The train lineup included two B&M/MBTA Budd RDC's, #6105 and #6921, and two privately owned Pullman Cars, one former New York Central, and one former Bangor and Aroostook. The power puller is P&L 1012, a 1970 built Burlington Northern SW1000, which has been the main power for Meredith trains since September 2014.
Photographed by Jay Gadon, October 1, 2022.
Added to the photo archive by Jay Gadon, October 3, 2022.
Railroad: Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad.
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