Snow continues to fall heavily in Vermont, though not as heavily as 10-15 miles prior to this photo. This was one of those last second 'hope this turns out' shots, as I had previously looked to s... (more)
During the more than 1-2 feet of new snowfall in New England on March 8, Amtrak Vermonter experienced no delay on the New England Central trip south from St. Albans, Vermont to East Northfield, MA... (more)
While southern Vermont and western Massachusetts / Connecticut were getting battered by a classic nor’easter snow storm, Genesee & Wyoming canceled freight trains on several New England railroads,... (more)
The NECR "Chip Train" is clearing Italy yard in St. Albans, Vermont on the way to Burlington Electric in Winooski, Vermont.
The Amtrak Vermonter rolls into the White River Junction station stop with Amtrak P42s 182 and 68 leading the typically 5-car train. Behind the depot is the Vermont Railway GP40-2 308 that is ass... (more)
New England Central Railroad’s St. Albans, Vermont to Palmer, Massachusetts train 324/611-05, with the NECR SD40M-2 quartet, NECR 3474, 3405, 3478, and 3475, passes a horse farm in Hartland, Verm... (more)
New England Central Railroad train 324X-29 is seen splitting historic structures along the company’s former Central Vermont/nee Vermont Central Roxbury Subdivision at South Royalton, VT, while tem... (more)
Amtrak's southbound Vermonter train 55-28 passes through Bethel, Vermont, and the depot that once served the White River Railroad and the Vermont Central Railroad, but today serves as a night club... (more)
Amtrak's southbound Vermonter train 55-27 arrives at the Randolph, Vermont, station stop with a decent size pickup of passengers gathered on the platform and within the warmth of their vehicles on... (more)
Privately-owned Pennsylvania Railroad-lettered Pullman Lounge-Sleeper car, the Colonial Crafts, rode the rear of Amtrak's northbound Vermonter train on December 26 from Washington, D.C. to St. Alb... (more)
Amtrak's southbound Vermonter train #57 is making time southbound through another picturesque Vermont town, South Royalton, with Amtrak commemorative P42 #184 leading the train.
Amtrak's southbound Vermonter train #55 is southbound between rural Randolph and Bethel, Vermont. The daily train has P42 #43 in charge of the southbound trip on Thursday’s train.
Amtrak's southbound Vermonter train #55 is seen crossing the 3rd Branch White River in the quaint New England town of Bethel, Vermont. The Vermonter has Amtrak commemorative P42, #184 leading thr... (more)
I can remember when these units were delivered "new", and now the few remaining act as "heritage" units to NECR.
Amtrak’s daily Vermonter train makes its Randolph, Vermont stop on the last day of November. Amtrak commemorative P42DC #184 rolls into the classic New England scene on the southbound trek.