Vermont Rail System has reunited the pair of former Boston & Maine GP40-2s that are on the property for duties on the Clarendon & Pitsford's Florence Switcher, symbol FLSW. The train is seen in F... (more)
Vermont Rail System/s a pair of ex-CP/SOO/MILW MP15DCs, GMTX 316 and 318 are ready to depart the Clarendon & Pittsford Florence Yard with 33 loads from the OMYA plant in Florence, Vermont, and hea... (more)
Almost fitting right in with the Vermont Rail System red and white, a pair of ex-CP/SOO/MILW MP15DCs are working hard with 33 loads from the OMYA plant in Florence, Vermont, as they depart for Rut... (more)
Vermont Rail System's Florence Turn is working the interchange to the Omya plant behind a matched set of leasers as it passes the Hammond Covered Bridge.
On July 3, Vermont Rail System train FLSW - the Florence Switcher crew - prepares to depart the VRS Florence, Vermont yard with GP38-3 206 and 50th Anniversary GP40-2LW 311. The image from above ... (more)
Operating in combination with the 2014 National Train Day events out of Rutland, Vermont on May 10, the Vermont Rail System launched their 2014 50th Anniversary excursion schedule with trips opera... (more)
Vermont Railway's trial of the Paducah & Louisville GP40-3/RoadMATE set - PAL 2103 and 2108 - is nearing the end of the first phase and during one of the final runs planned for the Rutland-Burling... (more)
VTR 301, GMTX 2663 pull off the siding at Florence with 18 empty Omya cars. The cars are to be taken up the hill to the Omya plant to be washed and then loaded.
Vermont Rail System has a contract to load four Herzog GPS ballast trains for Canadian Pacific Railway at Burlington, Vermont, with the CP power (a trio of SD40-2s) typically running through to Bu... (more)
Vermont Railway's newest addition to the locomotive fleet, GP38-3 207, a former North Carolina Virgina (NCVA) unit that arrived in grey and red paint via CEFX, is now on the road and in service. ... (more)
RDMD passes the Hammond Covered Bridge spanning Otter Creek on it's return trip south to Rutland.
BDRD switches the C&P Branch Jct in front of a classic Vermont covered bridge.
With a vermont covered bridge in the background, VTR 603 goes about its business in 1975.