CN M323-21 eases over the East Alburgh Trestle. Special treat with a C40-8M in Zebra paint
Hundreds of the faithful have disembarked from their southbound excursion train and are joined by locals in Swanton for a runpast. They are gathered at the interchange with the St. Johnsbury and ... (more)
CN M324 Rolls over the East Alburgh Trestle and a perfectly calm Lake Champlain.
Train 490's tail end is off the East Alburgh trestle on which there is a 10 MPH speed limit and the train now is picking up speed on its way to St. Albans. The track is so close to busy Vermont H... (more)
The power for NECR 500 runs around its train so it can push the cars up the spur to the Swanton wood chip plant.
A Saturday extra Burlington Electric wood chip train was called on May 18, sending the NECR GP40-2CU (GP40-2LW) 3015 north from St. Albans to retrieve the 21 loaded chip cars and the lone CV caboo... (more)
New England Central GP40-2CU (GP40-2LW) 3015 pulls south from the Swanton Chip loadout on the Swanton Spur with the NECR train #500 enroute to Burlington Electric.
Just two days after being released from the paint booth, New England Central Railroad's ex-CORP slug set consisting of GP40CU 3809 and MT-4 809 (formerly an RP-E4 slug) are on their debut run, see... (more)
CN 324 rolls into Swanton on their way to St. Albans.
Bound for St-Albans, CN 324 crosses Lake Champlain south of the Missisquoi Bay on a cool & crisp fall afternoon
CN train 323 retreats back to Canada across the Mississquoi Bay Drawbridge near Swanton, VT behind SD70M-2 8001 and a CN C44-9W.
The northbound 'Montrealer' kicks up the snow on its way to Montreal. Note the 'ghetto grilles' over the windows.