Canadian National Railway’s Montreal, QC to St. Albans, VT train M3246128 is seen crossing Lake Champlain at East Alburgh, VT, with the former GECX ET44AC 2036, turned CN 3125.
Central Vermont Train 490 eases across the East Alburgh trestle at the north end of Lake Champlain. The speed limit is 10 MPH. The trestle and drawbridge are still in service between West Swanto... (more)
It's a windy day on the big lake as the St Albans VT to Montreal train 323 crawls across the wooden trestle over Lake Champlain.
Montreal to St. Albans, VT train 324 is crossing the timber trestle over the still partly frozen Missisquoi bay on the northern end of Lake Champlain.
St. Albans, VT to Montreal train 323 is crossing the timber trestle over frozen Missisquoi bay on the northern end of Lake Champlain.
Along with my dad to photograph the Amtrak special on July 18 that ran from St. Albans, VT to Montreal, Quebec on the New England Central and CN Swanton Subdivision, a line normally just served by... (more)
On July 18, Amtrak operated a special trip in conjunction with New England Central, CN and various government officials from the US and Canada, to inspect the route from St. Albans, Vermont to Mon... (more)
Cutting through the morning fog, Canadian National 324 creeps across the trestle in East Alburgh Vermont
Canadian National 324 crosses 3,800-ft-long East Alburgh Trestle on Lake Champlain (Missisquoi Bay) in northwestern, Vermont.
CN 323 creeps across the trestle in East Alburgh at a steady 5 MPH. This train is CN 324 on the southbound run, and operates back north with the same crew and power as CN 323 in a single 12 hour r... (more)
Bound for Montreal, CN 323 catches the last rays as it crosses the Missisquoi Bay wooden trestle at the northend tip of Lake Champlain
Train is heading south to NECR in St-Albans
SB after interchange with the CN at montreal