The chip train is seen coming through Woodside Drive in Colchester, VT behind NECR 437. Not often anymore do you see 437 on a non White River based operation.
NECR's Burlington bound Woodchip train is seen approaching the switch where the Burlington branch diverges from the high-iron of the Roxbury sub, at Essex Jct, VT
NECR 500 rounds the curve in Essex Junction as it turns on the Burlington subdivision.
As if it was 1999, NECR 3844 leads 500 of the over the Winooski River to the Mcneil power plant.
Just 5 days before the Mt. Adams trainset trailing this locomotive would be destroyed in a derailment of the only to date revenue passenger train on the Point Defiance Bypass at DuPont, WA (Amtrak... (more)
Great Sandhills crew prepares to depart Leader for Swift Current on former CP branch.
Running long-hood forward, NECR ``chip train`` with freshly painted NECR# 3015, brings empty woodchip hoppers north to Swanton as it rolls high above the Lamoille River/ Arrowhead Mountain Lake o... (more)