GMRC 264 heads north through Rockingham VT with a great lashup of five red units.
Vermont Railway GMRC 264 heads downgrade at Mount Holly as a storm brews. It will be black skies and torrential rain by the time they reach Cuttingsville a few miles down the line.
GMRC 264 about to pass northbound past the old Green Mountain station seen from the platform lead by 5 red VTR units.
VTR 201 and 431 lead train 264 from Rockingham to Rutland, VT past a harvested corn field off Missing Link Road in Chester, VT. GP38-2 201 was just repainted with VRS lettering instead of VTR.
VTR 201 and 431 lead GMRC train 264 at Church Street in Chester, VT. 201 is a GP38-2 built in 1972 for the Vermont Railway and just received a fresh coat of paint with a VRS logo.
Four Reds lead train 264 as they stop to make a drop off
VTR 432 leads the westbound GMRC 264 past the Ludlow Depot. The station always makes a nice photo location especially with the old Rutland Railroad order boards that have survived and are somehow ... (more)
Vermont Railway GMRC 264 at Chester. The sign for GMRC fall passenger train rides still stands but sadly no trains would operate during the fall season.
Vermont Railway's GMRC 264 crosses the Ludlow High Trestle with the VTR 431, 307 and 206.
Vermont Railway's GMRC 264 crosses Depot Street at Proctorsville, VT.
Vermont Railway's GMRC 264 crosses the Williams River at Chester with a solid red lashup of the VTR 431, 307 and 206.
Vermont Railway's GMRC 264 crosses the Cuttingsville Trestle with a solid red lashup of the VTR 431, 307 and 206.
VTR 432 leads GMRC 264 over the Cuttingsville Trestle on the return trip from Bellows Falls to Rutland, VT.
VTR 432 leads the westbound GMRC 264 past the depot at Chester, VT.
VTR 432 leads the westbound GMRC 264 past the old Rutland RR freight house at Gassetts town of Chester, VT on a beautiful spring day.