Green Mountain's 263 job crosses Vermont Route 103 amidst the colors of fall.
The Green Mountain flyer departs Bellows Falls station and crosses over a portion of the Connecticut River as they head north-west for Chester, VT with a train full of leaf peepers enoying the bea... (more)
The Green Mountain Flyer runs along side the Connecticut River returning to Bellows Falls station from Chester,VT with a train load of leaf peepers enjoying the foliage on this beautiful day.
The engineer and conductor of the Green Mountain Flyer have a crew briefing prior to their 2:30PM departure from Bellows Falls with a sold out 7 car train to Chester.
There are 180,000 railroaders employed in the United States. It is through their hard work and commitment that the goods and services we use everyday are so readily available. Pictured here is t... (more)
263 pulls over the Ludlow Trestle on its way south-east toward Riverside Yard in Bellow's Falls.
Although the Green Mountain Railroad may not have been going to Grandfather's house, the "over the river and through the woods" rings true with the GMRC right-of-way. The freight is seen here in ... (more)
GMRC train 263 (Rutland to Riverside/Bellows Falls, VT) cruises sout/east through East Clarendon, VT.
The Green Mountain Railroad still plays a vital link connecting New England traffic from the NECR at Bellows Falls to the Canadian Pacific at Whitehall. GMRC train 263 forwarding much of this tra... (more)
The 263 job passes some pumpkins for sale at a local road side farm stand in E. Wallingford, VT.
Green Mountain 263 heads south-east for Bellows falls passing through the colorful Cavendish Gulf.
Green Mountain train 264 heads back to Rutland from Bellows Falls, seen here crossing the river and VT Route 103 on the Cuttingsville trestle.
263 passes by the historic Bartonsville Covered Bridge spanning the Williams River. Built in 1871, its the second to the longest timber span in the state. Vermont's covered bridges are among the ... (more)
Green Mountain Railroad train 264 approaches Route 140 and a road side farm stand selling mums, pumpkins, and gourds on a crisp fall day in Vermont.
Fall colors engulf Green Mountain train 263 in the Cavendish Gulf.