Green Mountain's classic Alco RS-1, originally a Rutland locomotive brings a dead head Providence & Worcester GE into White River Junction for the annual "Glory Days of Railroading" The ... (more)
Freshly shined up for the 22nd annual "Glory Days of Railroading" Pan AM's Maine Central heritage unit got quite a bit of attention shined up in the White River Junction yard.
Providence & Worcester #4006, a former NSF Dash 8 is "lit up" with flashes during an organized night photo shoot.. The unit along with several others was on display for the annual "... (more)
A northbound New England Central Freight makes a brief stop at the White River Station. The sister locomotives on the siding happened to be in town for the 22nd annual "Glory Days of Railroading" ... (more)
This is an image that I waited all day to capture. Previous attempts showed that the lighting was not going to cooperative. During the Saturday portion of the annual "Glory Days Festival" Green Mo... (more)
Pan Am Railways #52 a GP9 shining brightly in Maine Central Heritage paint sits in the limited sunlight that was enjoyed that day. The Pan Am Office Car Special sits in the background. These unit... (more)
Pan AM Railways #77 a GP9 painted in a Boston & Maine Heritage Scheme is in all her glory on this September evening. The unit along with several others were on display for the annual "Glory Days F... (more)
The engineer of the Pan Am Office Car Special and lead unit PAR 1 waves to a passing hiker with a dog at White River Junction. PAR1 is an EMD FP9 former Canadian National and former Conway Scenic ... (more)
Pan AM Railways #52 a GP9 painted in a Maine Central Heritage Scheme is in all her glory on this September evening. The unit along with several others were on display for the annual "Glory Days Fe... (more)
CP 434402 sits in the yard at White River in relatively decent cosmetic condition. The caboose is used in MOW service and as a shoving platform.
VIA 6219 and 6105 roll past the bunkhouses at White River where CP crews change off on the White River-Chapleau and White River-Scheiber runs.
CP 401029 sits in the yard at White River, Ontario among other winter MOW equipment awaiting a possible call back to service next winter.
The time is 0844 as VIA 186 awaits a single passenger (the photographer) at White River station before departing at exactly 0900 for Sudbury.
An icon of northern Canadian railroading rests in a MOW equipment line at White River, Ontario awaiting its possible call to service next winter. This particular car was created by welding frames ... (more)
VIA 6105 and 6250 prepare to depart White River VIA Station after laying over here during the night. It will be 300 track miles before they are back in Sudbury.