Slippery autumn rails of the Green Mountains have brought out the big guns...one of VTR's two SD70M-2s leads two other VTR locomotives down the grade just outside of the Okemo Ski Resort, passing ... (more)
VTR SD70M-2s 432 and 431 book-end GMTX 2684, 2202 and 2208, as the Saturday slurry, train GMRC 263, heads downgrade at Okemo's Jackson Gore on the way from Rutland to Bellows Falls, Vermont.
Another very well-timed sucker hole opened on October 21 as the final Vermont Rail System Foliage Train headed through Okemo Jackson Gore ski resort. The train had VTR GP40-2 307 on the east end ... (more)
The "Foliage Extra heads South along Route 103 in Ludlow, VT.
VTR 307 is seen passing the old Ludlow Vermont depot
Timing was yet again everything as the Green Mountain Railroad's final foliage train eases across the Ludlow High Bridge on the way back to Chester, Vermont on October 21. GMRC GP9R 804 is seen w... (more)
The "Foliage Extra" heads South over the trestle in Ludlow on the way back to Chester.
The GMRC 263 cuts through the Okemo Mountain ski resorts under threating skies as a single band of light hits the curve at the right moment.
Taking the drone to new creative height…. The Vermont Rail System GMRC foliage train is seen approaching the Ludlow, Vermont, depot with GP40–2307 leading the way! Well difficult due to wind and... (more)
The last Green Mountain Railroad Bellows Falls Subdivision Dinner Train operated on Saturday, October 20, closing out that component of operations on the GMRC, as the dinner train is moving to a b... (more)
The GMRC 263 dropping downgrade in the Okemo ski resort area as a single beam of light lights up the curve.
VRS 431 leads the slurry train South passing then Okemo Moutain Resort.
The Green Mountain Railroad Fall Foliage Special passing through the Okemo ski resort with Vermont's peak Fall colors on display.
Peak Foliage all around at Ludlow as the Slurry train slowly comes through town with the Big red SD70M-2 leading another red GP38-2 and an Ex UP GP38-2.
Now coming down the hill, The SD70M-2 pops out of a tunnel full of peak Foliage.