GMRC 405 (ex-RUT RS-1) runs along Cavendish Gulf Road in Cavendish, VT as fall colors start to set in.
On the second and longest run of the day, Green Mountain Rail Company 405, a 1951 ALCO RS-1 originally built for the Rutland Railroad leads a train out of Cavendish Gulf. The train will run to Lud... (more)
Vermont Rail Systems/Green Mountain Rail Company Train 264 heads North to Rutland passing through Cavendish Gulf. The lead unit is a long term lease that VRS has been using on this train.
Green Mountain Railroad's Fall Foliage train lead by veteran GP9R 804 rolls along the Williams River as it enters Cavendish Gulf
The last Vermont Rail Systems "Foliage Extra" heads West through Cavendish Gulf on the GMRC Bellows Falls Subdivision.
The Vermont Rail Systems slurry train, Green Mountain Rail Company Trian 263 by the timetable heads East entering Cavendish Gulf.
On the last day of the 2018 VRS foliage season, the "Foliage Extra" tears through Cavendish Gulf in Cavendish, VT.
The last dinner train of the season heads North through Cavendish Gulf in rural Vermont. Not only is this the last dinner train of the season, but it will also be the last on this subdivision of t... (more)
Green Mountain train 263pops into a momentary burst of sunshine as the train negotiates the curves of Cavendish Gulf.
Dinner Train Extra heads North through the deep hills of Cavendish Gulf.
I snuck into Kevin Burkholder territory (with permission) for a shot of the world famous 431. Here she is leading two leasers deep in Cavendish Gulf on the former Green Mountain Railroad (ex Rutl... (more)
Green Mountain Railroad RS-1 Alco 405 leads a Fall foliage excursion through spectacular color enroute from Ludlow to Chester, VT.
Green Mountain 305 enters a ice filled rock cut in the Cavendish Gulf as a light snow begins to fall.
Green Mountain 263 heads south-east for Bellows falls passing through the colorful Cavendish Gulf.
Fall colors engulf Green Mountain train 263 in the Cavendish Gulf.