On January 20, the Green Mountain Railroad's Bellows Falls Plow Extra is seen moving snow as the train heads eastbound through Chester, Vermont with GMRC Russell Plow X106 being shoved by the GMTX... (more)
GMRC GP9R 804 pulls up next to a railroad mural on the side of a Lisai's Country Market in Chester, VT
The Chester station is a popular spot for photographers with it's classic New England architecture and semaphore signal. The GMRC Fall Foliage train is just arriving at the depot after bringing a ... (more)
On October 20, the final Green Mountain Railroad dinner train is seen passing the failing Ludlow, Vermont, depot as the sun makes another early departure. The westbound train is led by GP9R 804, ... (more)
The end of the season and the GMRC GP9R 804 is seen passing the Lisais Market in Chester Depot, while the moon rises above the elderly geep and the passenger equipment returning to Walpole, NH.
Green Mountain Railroad 804 gets up to speed after departing the Chester depot with a fall foliage train.
Green Mountain Railroad 804 paces alongside the Williams River in Chester with a Fall Foliage Train.
At the completion of the final foliage train on October 21, Vermont Rail System's passenger equipment was deadheaded back to Walpole, NH. The train is seen passing the Chester Depot just after su... (more)
The "Foliage Extra" heads North passing through the outskirts of Chester.
The "Foliage Extra" heads North passing farms in Chester, VT on the Sunday Morning run.
After being held near Mt. Holly for nearly an hour the GMRC 263 slurry train drops down grade in northern Chester after being held up due to the GMRC Fall Foliage train originating out of Chester.
As it cuts through town, the GMRC 263 passes the flock of railfans all trying to get there perfect shot of this modern locomotive passing the historic Chester Depot.
Still dropping downgrade the GMRC 263 approaches the Bartonsville Covered Bridge.
After being held near Mt. Holly for nearly an hour the GMRC 263 slurry train drops down grade in northern Chester after being held up due to the GMRC Fall Foliage train originating out of Chester.... (more)
VRS 431 leads the slurry train South through Chester passing the historic depot in the center of town.