Detour-1 is seen on the diamond at Bellows Falls, VT as a crew change will soon happen
Green Mountain Railroad EMD GP9 1849, Ex-Burlington Northern 1849, nee Northern Pacific 223, at Bellows Falls, Vermont, August 13, 1992.
Working as the "DA" switcher, former Rutland RS 1 405 feels right at home hauling freight as it returns from North Walpole with interchange from the NECR.
On November 6th the Vermont Rail System ran a passenger extra from Bellows Falls to Chester to show appreciation for those involved in rebuilding the line after T.S. Irene. Once in Chester they we... (more)
The first loaded ethanol train that ran over the VRS ran in an 80 car train. This required the VRS to use most of their fleet for this single move. In a pinch, when a unit fails or they become pow... (more)
VTR 308 working as DASW, the Bellows Falls switcher, passes the Waypoint Interpretive Center on the Island in Bellows Falls. DASW has just come back from interchange with the NECR in North Walpole... (more)
GMRC RS1 405 with the Green Mountain Flyer holds west of the diamond as Amtrak's Vermonter eases into the station at Bellows Falls. Scanned from a Kodachrome 64 slide.
As the foliage season winds down Green Mountain Alco RS-1 #405 brings a trainload of leaf peepers back to Bellows Falls from Chester VT.
A Green Mt local works the interchange with the New England Central at Bellows Falls, NH-VT.