RailPictures.Net Photo: GMRC 405 Vermont Rail System Alco RS-1 at Norwich, Vermont by Kevin Burkholder
 
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Vermont Rail System (more..)
Alco RS-1 (more..)
WACR Bradford Subdivision (more..)
Norwich, Vermont, USA (more..)
July 30, 2011
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GMRC 405 (more..)
GMRC WRF-30 (more..)
Kevin Burkholder (more..)
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Vermont Rail System's only regularly scheduled passenger train operations are conducted out of White River Junction, VT this year, using the name the White River Flyer and power from the veteran ex-Rutland turned GMRC Alco RS-1 405. The White River Flyer is seen crossing a Connecticut River tributary and running along the Conn River at Norwich, VT on July 30.
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