For the first time in almost a decade, 1926 Alco-Cooke built 2-8-0 #97 pulls a revenue train for the Connecticut Valley Railroad. The locomotive just came out of the shops following an overhaul. O... (more)
The Vermont Railways 431 is in charge of Green Mountain Rail Company Train 263 as the slurry consist is pulled east past the former Gassetts Freight House.
The second to last foliage train of the 2018 season slows to a stop at the Summit of Mount Holly.
The last Vermont Rail Systems "Foliage Extra" heads West leaving Cavendish Gulf and headed toward Proctorville and eventually Mount Holly
The last Vermont Rail Systems "Foliage Extra" heads West crossing the 1897 bridge at Proctorsville and coming into the residential area of the town.
The last Vermont Rail Systems "Foliage Extra" heads West through Cavendish Gulf on the GMRC Bellows Falls Subdivision.
The Vermont Rail Systems slurry train, Green Mountain Rail Company Trian 263 by the timetable heads East entering Cavendish Gulf.
On the last day of the 2018 VRS foliage season, the "Foliage Extra" tears through Cavendish Gulf in Cavendish, VT.
The last dinner train of the season heads North through Cavendish Gulf in rural Vermont. Not only is this the last dinner train of the season, but it will also be the last on this subdivision of t... (more)
The "Foliage Extra heads South through the small town of Proctorsville, VT.
The "Foliage Extra heads South along Route 103 in Ludlow, VT.
The "Foliage Extra passes Imerys Talc Plant in Proctorsville, VT.
The "Foliage Extra" heads North along the Williams River into Cavendish Gulf on the Sunday Morning run.