With masks and stencils in place, the painting of the Vermont Railway logos and lettering has commenced to transform the former VTR (ex-NCVA/CBNS) 3808 into the Vermont Railway 207 at the Burlingt... (more)
The masks and stencils have been fully applied to the former VTR (ex-NCVA/CBNS) 3808 to turn it into Vermont Railway 207. A worker paints the white for the road number and cab-side slogan as the ... (more)
While masks and stencils are being applied to the former VTR (ex-NCVA/CBNS) 3808 in order to fully Vermont Railway-ize it as the VTR 207, another Burlington shop worker is busy fabricating compone... (more)
The conductor of NECR 553 gives a wave as they head out of Burlington after a brief but heavy downpour.
Crews are busy unloading the 12 turbine blades for the 4-turbine Georgia Mountain Community Wind farm in Georgia/Milton, Vermont. For a complete series on the VTR windmill project check out: http... (more)
Vermont Railway GP18 801 works a cut of 165-foot long windmill blades for unloading at the Vermont Railway's Burlington Yard. The veteran EMD is shoving the blades across the Burlington Drawbridg... (more)
Having delivered the windmill blades to Vermont Rail System's Burlington Yard, LLPX GP38-2 2234 and CLP GP38-2 204 take a break before taking the empties back south early next week.
Amtrak's Track Geometry Car / Train spent Tuesday running from St. Albans, VT on to Burlington, VT over the New England Central, then south to Rutland on the Vermont Rail System's proposed Western... (more)
NECR 417 heads upgrade out of Burlington, approaching the Burlington Tunnel
TPW 4053 leads NECR 553 upgrade out of Burlington heading towards St.Albans
A family pauses to watch a rare daytime Burlington turn pass high over the bike path.
NECR 3855 passes by the Burlington Bike Path as it comes off the NECR Burlington Sub and prepares to interchange with the Vermont Railway
Matched GP38's NECR 3855 and NECR 3844 head through the yard after dropping off cars for the Vermont Railway
NECR 3855 and NECR 3844 move through Burlington Yard while setting off and picking up cars from the Vermont Railway