NECR 500 Rolls across the Georgia High Bridge with loads of woodchips bound for Burlington Electric
NECR 500 rolls through the snow in late April. The snow makes a nice contrast to the trees as they begin to bud and leafs pop out
New England Central caboose 4044 is used as a shoving platform when the wood chip train backs up or "shoves" from Fonda Jct to the loading facility in Swanton.
The New England Central wood chip train shoves back into Swanton with the NECR 2151, BPRR 3000
The northbound NECR chip train crosses the Lamoille River at South Georgia, VT. NECR 2151, BPRR 3000
The chip train heads back north after dropping their loads of woodchips in Burlington.
The chip train heads back north after dropping their loads of woodchips in Burlington, they are seen crossing the Lamoille River.
NECR 500 heads south to Burlington with another loaded train of woodchips.
NECR 500 backs the woodchip train across the Missisoqoui River late in the afternoon.
NECR 500 passes the mainline switch that connects the Burlington and Roxbury subdivisions. Here the train will turn on tho the Burlington sub to deliver its load to the Mcneil Power
NECR 3015 leads the chip train through the heart of Essex Junction.
NECR 500 en route to St. Albans
New England Central loaded wood chip train 500 passes North Jct. in St. Albans, as it heads for Burlington Electric in Winooski.
The NECR "Chip Train" is clearing Italy yard in St. Albans, Vermont on the way to Burlington Electric in Winooski, Vermont.
The power for NECR 500 runs around its train so it can push the cars up the spur to the Swanton wood chip plant.