Amtrak's P42DC 184 phase IV heritage leads Vermonter 57 through South Deerfield on a cold Saturday afternoon.
Vermonter Train # 57 sits at New Haven Station. Sprinter Unit # 621 will power the six car Amfleet set for the rest of the trip to DC, assuming that the Vermonter was able to run its entire route ... (more)
A southbound Amtrak Vermonter on the New England Central meets a westbound Pan Am Southern 23K at Millers Falls MA. The two railroads run side by side for about a quarter mile here.
The dog was indifferent to the passing Vermonter, and very content with turning sticks into wood chips. The train is crossing the Winooski River that happens to be the Williston/ Jericho town line... (more)
Train 57 passes over one of the many bridges crossing the Dog River on its way up the Valley.
Amtrak's Vermonter glides into the north end of the White River jct. yard, passing under the I91 bridges on its way to the station.
The Vermonter climbs toward the summit of the railroad, passing high over Route 12a.
P42 #91 came off of train 66, and the tower has instructed a crew to tie it onto the Vermonter's equipment to go out to the yard as one. Normally, you don't see a P42 up on the high level so far ... (more)
The Vermonter rests in Union Station after discharging all passengers before being brought to the yard.
The Vermonter, from St. Albans, arrives on time in Meriden on Amtrak's Springfield Line.
A late WB Vermonter passes EB Metro North #6542 at the S. Norwalk station.
Westbound hotshot #57 gets out of Silvis on this autumn 1974 day.