VTR 206 leads a train of interchange traffic across the Walloomsac River at North Hoosick, NY amid some nice fall color. Hoosick Jct. is only a short distance ahead. For many years 206 operated ... (more)
RDBD has just departed the feed mill in New Haven, VT, passing through scenic farmland in the Champlain Valley.
Vermont Rail System extra RDHJ-13 rolls southbound on the B&R Subdivision at Mt. Tabor, VT. The recently rebranded VTR GP38-3 206 is leading the train past the Green Mountain National Forest sign... (more)
VTR 263 slows as it moves towards the yard just north of Bellows Falls.
VRS train 263 enters Bellows Falls RIverside Yard limits, seen here along the Williams River causeway in Rockingham, VT.
VTR train 263 enters Riverside Yard limits with four reds leading the way.
The November 7, Vermont Rail System GMRC train 263 rolls along the Connecticut River at Rockingham, Vermont, with recently repainted VTR GP38-2 206 leading CLP GP38-2 204, SD70M-2 431 and VTR GP38... (more)
Vermont Rail Systems Burlington to Rutland train BDRD is seen emerging from the tunnel at Middlebury. Freshly painted 206 is leading the train. This locomotive was built as a straight GP38 for the... (more)
Vermont Railway GP38-2 206, to be named later at a ceremony in Burlington, pauses on the turntable in North Walpole NH.
206 and 804 shove down the hill on the "Lower Switchback" on the Montpelier and Barre division of the Washington County Railroad. This line provides some of the most challenging operatio... (more)
The Vermont Rail System GMRC train 263 is seen along the Williams River at Bartonsville, Vermont, through the lattice work of the Bartonsville Covered Bridge.
The snow has gotten heavier and the RDNR is almost to North Bennington as it busts a snow drift at Old Depot road in Shaftsbury
Vermont Railway train RDHJ glides through the snowy winter landscape at Mt Tabor with the VTR 206 in charge.
Blood, sweat, and tears went into this photo. Literally. Having operated the drone only a month I made the mistake of panicking when I heard the distant train horn and got my finger whacked by a... (more)
Vermont Railway train RDHJ has EMD GP38-3 number 206 leading 4 other locomotives as it pulls past the restored 1880 Rutland station in North Bennington, Vermont