Along with dad to photograph the Washington County Railroad's southbound Newport to White River Jct. train on April 14, with Central Maine & Quebec GP38-3 3812 leading Vermont Railway GP38-3 207 a... (more)
Tonnage for Vermont Rail System's Washington County Railroad was heavy out of Newport, Vermont, and through cooperative operations with the Central Maine & Quebec, was moved with a little help fro... (more)
The crew of WACR NPWJ is switching out CTI Transload in Lyndonville, VT on Labor Day, 9/7/15. The crew will pickup one empty car and make a fast run to White River Jct., VT.
Vermont Rail System train NPWJ is retrieving an empty hopper from the Washington County Railroad's large Lyndonville, Vermont customer. A rare trio of GP40-2s make up this day's train with VTR 30... (more)
On the final day of matched Vermont Railway power on the Washington County's Connecticut River Division, train NPWJ is enroute from Newport to White River Junction, Vermont behind GP40-2 303 and G... (more)
The Vermont Rail System Newport to White River Junction train passes through a nicely landscaped parking lot on the old CP line through Lyndonville, VT
WACR southbound NPWJ heads south out of Lyndonville after picking up two empty tank cars at Northeast Agricultural Sales.
Change In The Kingdom: Vermont Rail System/Washington County roadjob NPWJ (Newport - White River Jct) passes the Weidmann Electric Industries just south of Lyndonville, Vermont on August 5, 2008. ... (more)
Plow Extra 202 passes the decommissioned signal at MP 34.8. The WACR had previously run a spreader through this section of track, but additional accumulation left the tracks covered.
The local freight made a daily trip between Newport and St Johnsbury using mostly this RS3 8403 up untill the 80's.
To get to this location I had to wade through knee deep snow for over two miles. I arrived just as 904 was coming into sight and was able to grab my one and only winter shot on the CPR Newport sub... (more)
Washington County Railroads Newport - St. Johnsbury, VT turn makes an unusual early morning appearance in Lyndonville, VT behind Green Mountain GP-40-2 305
The (then) daily St. Johnsbury Turn rolls through fresh snow.