CP 930 heads south with a single NS unit and a fairly short train along the shore of Lake Champlain.
Canadian Pacific loaded ethanol train CP 650 is just north of Port Kent, NY with Wickham marsh to the left and Lake Champlain to the right. EMD SD70ACU CP 7006 leads today's train.
CP 252 with two Military Tribute locomotives CP 7023, CP 7022 (first time this has happened on the D&H) catches the early morning sunrise at Port Kent, NY. The Lake Champlain ferry dock is off to ... (more)
Central Maine & Quebec power returns to the D&H on today's 252 with the CMQ 9023 trailing behind CP 8113, seen at the Port Kent "station" The Lake Champlain Port Kent to Burlington, VT ferry can b... (more)
In a rare daylight move train CP 930 rolls south along Lake Champlain at Port Kent, NY. Trains are again beginning to move down the D&H out of Canada after the blockades protesting the pipeline in... (more)
CP 8876 still has the Olympic paint scheme as it leads train 252 along the shore of Lake Champlain at Port Kent, NY on a bitterly cold January day.
An ex Burlington Northern executive scheme SD70MAC leads CP train 931 past the Port Kent Ferry dock on Lake Champlain.
Canadian Pacific Herzog Ballast Train is passing through Port Kent along Lake Champlain with SD40-2 6018 and SD30ECO 5035. The train has finished working between Whitehall and Westport and is now ... (more)
The 2017 Capital Region Toys For Tots Train has just left the Port Kent stop lead by Amtrak Phase I heritage locomotive 156.
CP/NS 930 features a Union Pacific SD70M today as it passes the Port Kent Amtrak station on Lake Champlain. This is a seasonal stop for passengers using the ferry from NY to Burlington Vermont.
CP/NS 930 rolls south through Port Kent, NY high above Lake Champlain.
With the City of Burlington in Vermont in the background, the Toys for Tots train is departing Port Kent on its way to Rouses Point.
Fog still lingers over Lake Champlain as the Toys for Tots train departs Port Kent.
On a warm September afternoon, Private Varnish ex New York Central observation car``Babbling Brook`` brings up the rear of Amtrak Adirondack as it skirts the rugged shores of Lake Champlain.
As the sun sets down on the Champlain Valley, the Toys-for-Tots train departs Port Kent. Vermont's Green Mountains and the City of Burlington are visible across Lake Champlain.