The VRS Washington County Railroad’s Newport to White River Jct., VT train NPWJ-02 is seen at sunset on January 2, with VTR GP40-2 303 and GP40-2L 310 leading the 51-car southbound. Lighting with... (more)
On October 23, Vermont Rail System hosted the annual Vermont State Inspection of affiliate Washington County Railroad's state-owned trackage on the Lyndonville Subdivision. The train consisted of... (more)
The northbound returning White River Junction, Vermont to Farnham, Quebec train, no official symbol yet but affectionately being coined the "917" (in honor of past Canadian Pacific/B&M joint ops o... (more)
On April 22, Central Maine & Quebec and Vermont Rail System teamed up to re-introduce direct Farnham, Quebec to White River Jct., VT service. Billed as a timing test train, the crew would be CMQ ... (more)
Vermont Rail System operated a plow extra on February 9, following another significant snowfall and the failure of a snowplow regulator during snow removal. Vermont Railway GP38-3 207 is seen sho... (more)
During the 25th annual "Glory Days of Railroading" event in White River Junction, Vermont several passenger excursions on Vermont Rail System trackage carried passengers North. The cab c... (more)
During the annual "Glory Days of Railroading" festival, Vermont Rail Systems special anniversary locomotive #311 pulls a passenger extra along the Connecticut River.
During the annual "Glory Days of Railroading" festival, the Vermont Rail Systems 50th Anniversary locomotive leads a passenger excursion North along the Connecticut River.
The White River Junction Polar Express train arrives at the North Pole in Norwich, Vermont, on the evening of December 11, with VTR GP40-2 307 and a set of Green Mountain Railroad cars in tow.
A bitter cold spell causing portions of the Connecticut River to freeze and plenty of snow for the season greet the 2016 version of the White River Junction Polar Express train as it heads northbo... (more)
On the State LineVermont Rail System train NPWJ-12, a Newport VT to White River Junction VT train, heads south on the western bank of the Connecticut River at Kendall, near Norwich,... (more)