On January 30, officials from several railroads toured the route between Farnham, quebec and White River Junction, Vermont. The train is at the White River Jct. depot, with CMQ 3812 leading VTR 30... (more)
New England Central Railroad's White River Jct., VT local train 600 is led by NECR-painted GP38s 3850 and 3857 as it works past the White River Jct. depot. Passengers flood the platform along the... (more)
New England Central Railroad's first rail train to St. Albans was emptied of the nearly 7 miles (one 1,650 strand remained on the train) of 132 RE continuous welded rail and is now on the way back... (more)
A rare industrial switching opportunity awaited the GMRC Alco RS-1 405 on October 27, when a derailment north of town stranded the regular freight locomotive and the Alco was pulled from the store... (more)
Readying for an 1130 hrs departure from the White River Jct. depot, Green Mountain Railroad Alco RS-1 405 and complimentary passenger train will take tourists along the Connecticut River for some ... (more)
New England Central White River Jct. local train 600 idles at the White River Jct. depot with NECR GP38 3851 ("The Pride of Palmer") and the FEC GP40-2 417.
NECR local 600 switches cars as the GMRC White River Flyer is idle in the siding at White River Jct.
NECR local train 600 (White River Local) power idles in front of teh White River depot with FEC SD40-2 722 and NECR GP38DC 3850 - fresh off arrival late last eve with the Sunday salt extra off the... (more)
The single blue Vermont Railway GP38-2 - lettered for subsidiary Washington County Railway - 202 - rests at White River Jct. between assignments on the WJNP/NPWJ trains of the WACR.
Vermont Railway's Washington County subsidiary local freight returns to the yard at White River Jct.
Vermont RR GP-38-2 between runs at the White River Jct. Station.