Heading into the setting sun, ``America's Cup Express`` a special rail move from Rhodes Island to California rolls by the former Central Vermont roundhouse as it enters St Albans on a warm afterno... (more)
In my old capacity as a used locomotive (and everything else) dealer I can honestly say this unit is "looooaded". Big tank, snow plow, flexicoil trucks, marker lights, handrails, exhaust silencer... (more)
Called RS-11s but really unique, these units have only recently been tranferred to Vermonth and this appears to be the first repainted for its new owner.
Nominally RS-11s, these were really unique and only on the DWP. Other than the notched ends they were more Canadian style than US and had the D/B in the short hood like an RS-3 or RS-10. I forgo... (more)
A simple paint job can be bright, very bright. This unit has yet to be repainted after being transferred from its longtime home.
A study of the Alco and EMD switcher profiles. That Alco hood is narrow! Classic St Albans shot.
A scene never to be repeated, a group of GP9's lined up in the CV roundhouse.
SW1200RS 1510 idles away the night in St Albans. The lamp was the only illumination for this time exposure.
The power from Montreal has cut off its train and will head back north. The M420's were later renumbered in the 3500's.