On October 23, Vermont Rail System hosted the annual Vermont State Inspection of affiliate Washington County Railroad's state-owned trackage on the Lyndonville Subdivision. The train consisted of... (more)
CLP GP38-2 #204 leads WACR train NPWJ through Barnet, VT on the former CPR Lyndonville Subdivision. The CPR Inwood station once stood on the left, across the street.
Southbound Washington County Railroad train NPWJ-15 is seen rolling along the Connecticut River at Barnet, Vermont, with namesake GP38-2 locomotive - VTR 202 but wearing the Washington County logo... (more)
In an extremely rare occurrence, Vermont Rail System yielded a trio of GP40-2s (in three phases!) on the Washington County Railroad's Connecticut River Division. VTR late phase GP40-2 307 (ex-SSW... (more)
On the final day of matched Vermont Railway power on the Washington County's Connecticut River Division, train NPWJ is enroute from Newport to White River Junction, Vermont behind GP40-2 303 and G... (more)
Vermont Rail System's NEWJ switches the Morrison's Mill complex in Barnet, VT
The Washington County Railroad (a subsidiary of the Vermont Rail System) Connecticut River District southbound freight - NPWJ (Newport-White River Jct., VT) is seen working the Morrison Feeds comp... (more)
Vermont Rail System's Washington Co. Railroad train NPWJ - enroute from Newport to White River Jct., VT, with the VTR GP40-2LW 310, continues past the Barnet feed storage bins on a beautiful fall ... (more)
Washington County Railway's southbound train from Newport to White River Junction rolls through peak fall color in the Connecticut River Valley.
"Where the trunk means Washington County:" That's the conclusion that Ben Bachman may have come to if his pivotal two part series on the Vermont's River Line, published in the January and Febuary ... (more)
A pickup truck crossing the Connecituct River from Vermont into New Hampshire pauses to watch Washington County's NPWJ roll south along the river towards White River Junction.
The WACR plow extra eases past the old Hood building. Years ago, it was used for loading milk cars. The Hood sign remained on the building up until a few years ago.
The now daily southbound has just finished at a feed dealer in Barnet, and is now heading to Wells River for a crew switch with the daily northbound....
A RS-18 and 2 C424s roll along the Connecticut River towards the Guilford interchange at Wells River.