RailPictures.Net Photo: GMRC 1317 Green Mountain Railroad Cab Car at Fairlee, Vermont by Josh Stevens
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» From on top of a farm's bridge just off of Birch Meadow Rd. 
» Fairlee, Vermont, USA (more..)
» September 09, 2018
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» GMRC 1317 (more..)
» VRS Glory Days Extra (more..)
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On September 9th, 2018 the second day of the Glory Days Festival was taking place in White River Jct, VT. The event usually consists of music, food, shops, trains on display and even two round trips up the VRS to Fairlee, VT. The excursion this year would have VRS 202 and GMRC cab car 1317 to pull it back to WRJ. I rode the first excursion and chased the second one, taking several pictures. This one is my particular favorite. I noticed the bridge while on my trip and while waiting for them to depart for their second trip I decided to set out and find it. It was on a farm's private road so we had to asked the farmer's permission to get a picture on their bridge. They said yes and I set up for the picture of their return trip.
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