Despite not having any Vermont Rail System-painted locomotives on the head end, this is the GMRC train 263 heading from Rutland to Bellows Falls in a foot of newly fallen snow at Summit, Vermont. ... (more)
After significant wet snow accumulations piled up in the Green Mountains this week, Vermont Rail System dispatched a Thursday plow extra out of Bellows Falls, Vermont with the LLPX GP38-2 2334 pus... (more)
A Christmas Eve train of mostly salt heads through the Green Mountains on its trek from Rutland to Bellows Falls, Vermont, over Vermont Rail System's Green Mountain Railroad Co. Bellows Falls Subd... (more)
The GMRC train 263 is about to crest the summit of the Green Mountains at Summit, VT behind the GMTX GP38-2 2663 leading LLPX GP38-2 2334. NEW NECR Trackside Guide 2012 coming in April...http://s... (more)
In a somewhat typical fall weather pattern, fog has overspread the summit of the Green Mountains on the Green Mountain Railroad's Bellows Falls Subdivision. Nearing the crest of the hill is the G... (more)
First train over the line is over 3 weeks due to damage from remnants of hurricane Irene ! Southbound #263 for Bellows Falls.A great job getting the line back in service so fast, as it suffered so... (more)
VRS' first revenue train over the GMRC in just under three weeks is seen ready to crest the ruling grade at Summit, VT behind 10,000 hp from the VTR GP40-2W 310, VTR GP38-3 205 and VTR GP40-2 307.... (more)
Having crested the 1.5% climb of the Green Mountains, VTR GP38-2 201 takes a breather as it is now braking for the next stretch on the downgrade side of the Green Mountains.
Vermont Rail System mustered a surprise all-VRS-painted consist on Jan. 5 to move a 40-car cut of ethanol over the Green Mountain Gateway. Heading up the consist is VTR GP40-2 310, VTR (WACR) GP38... (more)
VTR GP40 301, VTR GP40-2LW 311 (ex-CN paint), NREX B23-7 4212 (ex-ATSF paint), VTR GP40-3 312 (ex-HATX paint), and the VTR GP38-3 205 (ex-HATX paint) are nearing the summit as they pass the Summit... (more)
Nearly cresting the climb to the Summit, the VRS Ethanol Extra - 13,000 horsepower strong - is on its way to Bellows Falls for interchange to the NECR.
With a total of 9000 horsepower working hard, Green Mountain Railroad train 263 heads for the summit of the eastbound ruling grade on the Bellows Falls Subdivision.
Green Mountain Railroad Corp. GP40 304 leads Vermont Railway GP40-2LW 310 on train GMRC 263 approach the Summit Siding switch at Summit, VT.
Reaching the climax of a steady climb from Rutland, GMRC train 263 crests the grade at Summit, Vermont with the matched red GP40-2s of VTR 303 and CLP 306.