B&M P-5 No. 3698 (Ex-DL&W No. 1192) is flying white flags on a "Camp Extra" as she hightails through the Willows on July 3, 1949. The '98 was one of four ex-Lackawanna Pacifics purchased by Boston & Maine in April, 1943.
-Kodachrome by Dana D. Goodwin
This photo, taken in 1954, shows Canadian Pacific signal No. 634, located north of Wells
River, Vt. The signal, a three-arm style "B" with "dummy mast", was originally B&M Connecticut & Passumpsic Division P408 (Passumpsic). This home-distant-routing signal is shown in the "Approach" indication, with the north wye switch set for White River Junction. Were the switch set for Woodsville, the lower arm would display a "Clear" indication.
-Kodachrome by Arthur E. Mitchell
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