In October 1982 the Central Vermont and Boston & Maine ran a promotional version of their Rocket overnight piggyback service between St. Albans, VT, and New Haven, CT. Headed up by CV and B&M GP9s... (more)
The daily freight from Montreal to St. Albans in slowly descending the hill from Alburg Springs to East Alburg, where it will cross the trestle over Lake Champlain at a restricted speed not exceed... (more)
Sporting white flags as appropriate for an extra, the Central Vermont's daily Brattleboro (VT)-Palmer (MA) local freight cruises south near Vernon, VT, behind one of the CV's classic "torpedo... (more)
The Central Vermont's northbound Rocket piggybacker departs Palmer, MA, for St. Albans, VT, behind a GP9/RS11 lashup. This expedited intermodal train ran in various forms over the years, including... (more)
Central Vermont GP9 4927 was built in 1957 for passenger service, with air reservoirs were relocated to the roof to make room under the frame for a large water tank for steam generation.
The daily freight from Montreal to St. Albans, VT is exiting CN's Montreal Yard.
The daily freight from St. Albans, VT moves through Montreal's St. Henri District on its way to Montreal Yard.
On an early spring day, the Central Vermont's Brattleboro (VT) to New London (CT) job rolls south though Millers Falls, MA, behind a trio of GP9s. The roof-mounted air tanks on the second and thir... (more)
The Central Vermont piggyback train known as the Rocket storms north through Millers Falls, MA, behind a "torpedo boat" GP9 and a smoking RS11. At the time this dedicated intermodal serv... (more)
Another oldie from the Grand Trunk, which shared rights on the industrial trackage in Portland, Maine with the Portland Terminal (MEC). Central Vermont RS11 #3605 mingles with vehicular traffic as... (more)
Train 431 holds the main for a meet while Train 430 pulls into the siding.
After having met its southbound counterpart 430 at Essex Jct., local 431 proceeds north.
Three GP-9's and an RS-11 lead the daily freight from Montreal to St. Albans, VT. Train 490 was a manifest that started in Chicago and terminated in New London, CT.
The Central Vermont's last active Alco switcher, S4 8081, posed outside the station at White River Junction, VT, on a fall morning.