Central Vermont GP9 4927 was built in 1957 for passenger service, with air reservoirs were relocated to the roof to make room under the frame for a large water tank for steam generation.
As the sun peers out of the clouds for a brief moment, CN M324 glides past Newton road on its way to NECR's Italy Yard.
Lamoille Valley’s train to St. Albans enters the Central Vermont trackage.
Things were fairly quiet in Central Vermont’s St. Albans yard when a Lamoille Valley caboose hop arrived from the east. Alone CN M420 is waiting to work its way back north of the border.
A spotless 6218 is about to depart St. Albans with its excursion train for the return trip to Montreal.
This GTW SW1200 was one of a number assigned to the Central Vermont in the late 1960's.
With a colorful and odd history behind it, this 59-year-old warrior continues to show how strong she truly is moving along cut of random cars around the yard.
New England Central loaded wood chip train 500 passes North Jct. in St. Albans, as it heads for Burlington Electric in Winooski.
The engineer of New England Central SD9 1750 gives a friendly wave, as he goes about the Monday morning switching chores at Italy yard in St. Albans. The veteran EMD was originally built as a high... (more)
A NECR GP40-2CU sits outside of the shops, waiting for assignment.
Not orange yet, NECR 437 is still wearing it's old New England Central paint as it awaits it's next assignment during a Vermont snow squall.
Montreal to St Albans, VT train 324 arrives at St Albans Italy yard.
The NECR "Chip Train" is clearing Italy yard in St. Albans, Vermont on the way to Burlington Electric in Winooski, Vermont.
On a cold morning, NECR 3405 is entering into the shops by door #2 for some repairs.
Framed by the crossing signals on busy N. Elm Street, NECR 1750 goes about it's duties switching the St. Albans yard.