GMRC 263, the daily slurry from Rutland to Bellows Falls, stops at Chester for the crew to pick up Coffee & Donuts. The improper blue leader seen just north of the station is cutting fresh trails ... (more)
VRS 263 is seen approaching the Vermont route 11 crossing just east of Chester on 2/10/21 behind GMTX 2687, LLPX 2334, and VTR 431
Flinging snow across the 103! After a snow shower the day before, the future VTR 212 crosses the VT-103 crossing in Shrewsbury.
The future of the Vermont Railway! While still wearing its GMTX outfit, If everything happens as its planned the 2687 will soon become the VTR 212, the LLPX 2334 will be the 208, and finally, the ... (more)
With Vermont Rail System trading VTR GP38-2s 201, 202 and GP40-2 303, 308 and CLP 306 to GMTX, the GMTX blue fleet grew by a quartet on the system. Having been on lease to the State of Vermont fo... (more)
GMRC 264 is seen approaching Ludlow as it exits the village of proctorsville. The train is lead by four of the eight state leased GP38-2's for the Middlebury tunnel detours
I miss seeing the Smurf blue GATX units in the UP yards. You could spot one among the sea of Armour Yellow engines form a mile away.
GMTX 2687 (GP38-2) teams up with a MP15 and will sort oil tank cars at the UP's North Yard refueling facility.
A couple GATX Geeps provide a splash of blue in an otherwise Armour Yellow North Yard.
GMTX 2687 Leads the LSE59, which has just come from working on the Union Pacific Jefferson City Subdivision, and is returning to Lesperance Street Yard, where the local originates. Here it is seen... (more)