VTR 207 leads a quite colorful consist into Chester Vermont beside the Green Mountain Railroads 12:30 train. 264 was preparing to stop to shove 2 cars into the siding before reconnecting its train... (more)
The daily northbound Triple Crown road railer No. 264 rockets around the bend out of Dry Ridge behind a veteran SD60 in a heavy rain storm. Since then, Triple Crown on the CNO&TP have been abolish... (more)
Fort Wayne bound Triple Crown Train No. 264 proudly strides north across the Cumberland river as it begins the 160 mile trek to Cincinnati.
The engineer of HG 2/3 7 "Breithorn" is greeting his collegue in the postal car with the steam whistle when they are meeting below Gletsch. Light fuel oil fired HG 2/3 7 was former Visp-Zermatt (V... (more)
A 264 RoadRailer departs Gest Street behind a big GEVO.
The contrast between the sodium vapor lamps of Queensgate Yard vs. the mercury-based illumination of Gest Street gives an other-worldly appearance to this scene as NS and CSX trains are on the mov... (more)
At dusk, an NS 264 RoadRailer departs Gest Street as a CSX manifest comes up behind it on the adjacent track.
A northbound RoadRailer departs Gest Street at dusk on a beautiful, clear day.
At dusk, as a southbound manifest enters Gest Street's receiving yard, a northbound RoadRailer prepares to accelerate out of Cincinnati.
NS train No. 264 arrives in Cincinnati just after sunset.
264 is completing its run over Green Mountain from Bellows Falls and is about to continue its run, as Extra 202, towards Whitehall, NY.
Green Mountain train 264, an empty ethanol extra, spends the night at Riverside the former site of Steamtown. The next morning the train would head towards Rutland and eventually on to Whitehall N... (more)
After stalling on the Green Mountain grade due to its heavier-than-usual 104 cars, Train 264 is back on the move towards Rutland after doubling the hill.
Vermont Railway train #264 is putting its train together at the yard in Rutland before shortly departing a little after 8pm for its run to the CP interchange in Whitehall NY.
The conductor of GMRC 264 reboards his train after protecting the crossing at Depot Street in Proctorsville. Todays power is VTR 310 (GP40-2W and CLP 306 (GP40-2).