Green Mountain’s Bellows Falls – Rutland train rolls northwest past the Highway 103 crossing at Spring Lake, Vermont.
This One Stung a Little
On a winter trip to Vermont, we headed east from Rutland in hopes of intercepting the Green Mountain train coming from Bellows Falls. We made it to Spring L... (more)
The Green Mountain Railway’s crew lets their ex-BN GP9 idle while they pay a call to the Vermont Railway office in Rutland, Vermont. After exchanging paperwork, they will get their train together ... (more)
It's late September in Vermont, the temperature is an unseasonably hot 85 degrees and the foliage is just starting to change as the Vermont Green Mountain Flyer begins it's second weekend of Fall ... (more)
During the 25th annual "Glory Days of Railroading" event in White River Junction, Vermont several passenger excursions on Vermont Rail System trackage carried passengers North. The cab c... (more)
Green Mountain Railroad EMD GP9 1849, Ex-Burlington Northern 1849, nee Northern Pacific 223, at Bellows Falls, Vermont, August 13, 1992.
In a scene that looked much like it had since 1951, a green and yellow RS1 leads a train westbound over the trestle at Cuttingsville, Vermont. Originally the RS1’s belonged to the Rutland, but sin... (more)
My friends and I had high hopes of catching a Green Mountain RS1 on the train to Rutland during our December visit to New England. Needless to say, we were somewhat disappointed when the train cam... (more)
Green Mountain XR-1, with GP9 1850 running solo, works the Vermont Railway interchange in Rutland on a warm August evening.
With Conductor Bob Popovac on the ground and Engineer Scott Whitney at the throttle, GMRC RS-1 405 leads the Vermont Rail System Dinner Train onto the Back Track at the trains terminal in Chester,... (more)
Green Mountain Railway morning excursion arrives at Ludlow. Alco RS-1 No. 405 was built for the Rutland Railway in 1951, and continues to work on home rails for the Green Mountain Railway.
One of the few or maybe the only VRS unit to still wear the Green Mountain scheme idles away a cold weekend on NECR rails at Montpelier jct VT. The GP9 is normally housed at granite jct in Barre a... (more)
The afternoon train to Rockingham crosses over the Williams River shortly after departing Chester.
Just a few miles north of Chester, GMRC 405 and its short passenger train is seen with the return trip from Ludlow.
GMRC RS1 #405 rolls across the Williams River with the return trip from Ludlow.