GMRC Train 264 will soon depart Chester, VT as it sits outside Lisai's Market--a great place to stop and grab a sandwich when photographing the Green Mountain Railroad.
GMRC Trains 264 (left) and DASW (right) are seen here at Chester, VT. 264 has tied-onto its train (which DASW brought up from Bellows Falls) and DASW will soon pull ahead to pick-up the cars that... (more)
Iron Road operated the ex CP Rail/ B&M line from White River Jct. to Richford VT as the Northern Vermont. Here power from other subsidiaries Quebec Southern and Canadian American bring a Northern ... (more)
GMRC 264 heads back to Rutland in the last rays of light. Scanned from a Kodachrome 64 slide.
The Green Mountain Railroad Bellows Falls Subdivision train 264 works through Bartonsville and growing corn with a modge podge of motive power - including NREX B23-7 4212, CLP GP38 203 and GMRC GP... (more)
The Green Mountain Railroad Bellows Falls Subdivision train 264 is westbound past the Chester Depot with NREX B23-7 4212, CLP GP38 203 and GMRC GP40 304 with 50 cars for Rutland.
264 sails over Rte. 155 and the Mill River in the town of East Wallingford on its way west.
264 grinds up the grade through the rock cut at Densmore Rd. in Cavendish Gulf.
The 264 is not taking its time on its way back to Rutland as the 12-car train has no problem doing track speed through Cuttingsville.
264 rolls west through the quaint New England town of Proctorsville on its journey back to Rutland.
Green Mountain train 264 passes a house and barn in the center of Proctorsville as it works it's way over the Green Mountain gateway towards Rutland.
VTR 311 and train #264 passes the ex-Rutland station at Chester, complete with train-order board.
As the sun disappears on the horizon, VTR 311 charges through the rock cut in Cavendish Gulf at a blazing 10mph. Don't let appearances fool you, when I sank into the snow next to the track it was ... (more)