CP Train 904 arrives at Wells River where CP track ends. It will continue on to White River Jct. on the B&M as Train 8904. B&M and CP had run through crew and power agreements stemming from the ... (more)
On January 30, officials from several railroads toured the route between Farnham, quebec and White River Junction, Vermont. The train is seeing passing one of Vermont’s famous round barns near Wel... (more)
CLP GP38-2 #204 leads WACR train NPWJ passing the round barn and some Vermont locals at Wells River, VT 9/11/17.
Vermont Rail System fielded two different plow trains on February 14, one running the Green Mountain Railroad's Bellows Falls Subdivision and the other clearing the Washington County Railroad's Co... (more)
The Vermont Rail System's Newport to White River Junction, Vermont train NPWJ-10 with VTR GP38-2 201 and GMRC GP40 305 heads southbound across the Wells River in Wells River, Vermont. The Connect... (more)
A Massachusetts Bay Railroad Enthusiasts-chartered excursion was run from Newport to White River Junction, Vermont on Father's Day, using the Rutland veteran Alco RS-1 405. GMRC 405 is seen passi... (more)
With a 2-hour setback on timing, the late VRS NPWJ train is setup nicely to pass the round barn in Wells River with the CLP GP40-2 306 and VTR GP40-2 307. Be sure to check out more photos at http:... (more)
Making little effort for the quintet of covered hoppers in tow, the VTR GP40-2 307 is southbound on the VRS' WACR Bradford Subdivision and heading to deliver the cars to the NECR interchange at Wh... (more)
How many active lines still have active tell-tales on them? Washington County Railroad GP38 202 leads a sort train through the countryside south of Wells River, Vermont on a glorious autumn aftern... (more)
The southbound Washington County meets the northbound with VTR 307 in charge. The crews will take over each other's train and head back to their respective terminals.
WACR train NPWJ is leaving Wells River, VT, for White River Jct, after crew change with its counterpart, train WJNP, with VTR 308 (ex Guilford Rail system MEC 308) leading.