Snow Day, Sherman, Maine..
The railroad has run its mainline trains early and set others back, in order to concentrate its resources on snow clearance. This was not spurred by a recent storm. The "event" was just enough relief from sub-zero temperatures, that fine grain/granular snow would stick to itself sufficiently, to make plowing worth while.
Photographed by Ken Patton, February, 1977.
Added to the photo archive by Ken Patton, October 28, 2018.
Railroad: Bangor and Aroostook.
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