Category:Boston and Maine Railroad

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English: The Boston and Maine Corporation (reporting mark BM), known as the Boston and Maine Railroad (B&M) before March 2006, is a formerly independent subsidiary of Pan Am Railways, Inc. (PAR), formerly known as Guilford Rail System (GRS), a holding company that owns and operates Class II regional railroads covering northern New England from Mattawamkeag, Maine, to Rotterdam Junction, New York. According to the U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission, at the end of 1970 B&M operated 1,515 route-miles (2,438 km) on 2,481 miles (3,993 km) of track, not including Springfield Terminal. That year it reported 2744 million ton-miles of revenue freight and 92 million passenger-miles.
MBTA trackage shown on this map in Purple was virtually all once part of B&M passenger services, and still is today, with most freight services running at night.


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