Still looking fresh in its Guilford "heritage" paint, MEC 507 is pulling BO-1 into Peabody Square. The Peabody Soldiers and Sailors Monument stands prominently in the square. The monument was dedicated on November 10, 1881 in memory of the 71 residents of South Danvers (now Peabody) who died in the American Civil War. The primary inscription reads, “The Town to Her Sons Who Died in the Great Rebellion that the Union Might Be Preserved and Liberty Secured for All.” Rousselot, the lone customer on this branch line gets service on average twice a week. The snow and ice are from a major winter storm the day before. For reasons unknown, the 507 was painted a few months ago from the Pan Am blue dip, back to the previous Guilford Rail Systems scheme.