Vermont Rail System’s GMRC train 263 adds patriotic colors to a brilliant peak fall foliage on the eastern slopes of the Green Mountains! While the western slopes are mostly brown and or bare in ... (more)
GMTX 2674 leads GMRC 263 east passed the old covered bridge in Bartonsville, VT.
On August 12th, I was informed that GMRC 263 left Rutland with a pair of former Boston & Maine GP40-2s and big red SD70ACe 432. Here in Proctorsville I waited for it, after a little while, he came... (more)
Rutland to Bellows Falls train GMRC 263 with the VTR 307, VTR 303 and GMTX 2663 is approaching the old station Ludlow, VT
Green Mountain train 263 with VTR 431 (ex-FEC SD70M-2) crests the summit of the line in Mount Holly, VT.
GMRC train 263, Saturday slurry with VTR SD70M-2 431, GMTX GP38-2 2684 and VTR GP38-2 202 had been having a good track speed run from Rutland to East Wallingford, VT, when at the Route 140 crossin... (more)
In an actually somber image, I was finally able to catch my former comrades at DHART (air medical helicopter I retired from in 2016) and a Vermont Railway train in the same image. Not the way I w... (more)
263 heads east catching some winter light
Slippery autumn rails of the Green Mountains have brought out the big guns...one of VTR's two SD70M-2s leads two other VTR locomotives down the grade just outside of the Okemo Ski Resort, passing ... (more)
VTR 431 leads GMRC 263 through Rockingham, Vermont.
The Vermont Railways 431 is in charge of Green Mountain Rail Company Train 263 as the slurry consist is pulled east past the former Gassetts Freight House.
The Vermont Rail Systems slurry train, Green Mountain Rail Company Trian 263 by the timetable heads East entering Cavendish Gulf.
Green Mountain train 263pops into a momentary burst of sunshine as the train negotiates the curves of Cavendish Gulf.
Green Mountain train 263's four units, VTR 431, VTR 303, GMTX 2147, and LLPX 2334 roar into notch at as they clear a speed restriction, cross a truss bridge, and roar around a curve as they rolls ... (more)
After being held near Mt. Holly for nearly an hour the GMRC 263 slurry train drops down grade in northern Chester after being held up due to the GMRC Fall Foliage train originating out of Chester.