The power for NECR 500 runs around its train so it can push the cars up the spur to the Swanton wood chip plant.
The NECR "Chip Train" is clearing Italy yard at North Junction on it's way to pick up another load of wood chips at Swanton. The train will return to the Burlington Electric Plant with a... (more)
Woodchip train. NECR 500 has NECR 3039 (ex-CN 9465) leading as it heads south through St. Albans with 21 loaded woodchip cars. The train goes from Swanton to a powerplant in Burlington.
Fresh out of the paint booth, New England Central GP40-2CU (GWI's designation of the unit - GP40-2W for the purists) 3015 heads south past North Junction at St. Albans, Vermont on the way to Burli... (more)
Fresh out of the paint booth, New England Central GP40-2CU (GWI's designation of the unit - GP40-2W for the purists) 3015 rolls through the rural Fonda, Vermont, north of St. Albans on the Swanton... (more)
Fresh out of the paint booth, New England Central GP40-2CU (GWI's designation of the unit - GP40-2W for the purists) 3015 is seen high above the Lamoille River on the Georgia High Bridge with Frid... (more)
A worker for Engineers Construction Inc. (ECI) is cutting a section of rail to fit in a new panel track replacement for a crossing project in St. Albans, Vermont, while in the distance the NECR 43... (more)
NECR 3851 leads the chip train through Winooski, VT.
NECR 417 through an arc at the Winooski Overlook
NECR 3855 leads the chip train through West Allen Park in Winooski, VT
NECR 3855 leads the chip train under the Lime Klin Bridge. The original bridge was built in 1914 for the Grand Trunk Railroad of Montreal by James E. Cashman of Burlington, VT.