A Lamoille Valley crew has grabbed its cars in St. Johnsbury, Vermont, and is departing to travel over former Maine Central Mountain Division to Whitefield, New Hampshire.
Lamoille Valley RS3m 7805 goes to work in the classic industrial environment in St. Johnsbury, Vermont.
Lamoille Valley RS3m 7805, the Willard E Little, gets warmed up on a December afternoon in St. Johnsbury, Vermont. After the Maine Central embargoed its Mountain Division, the 27 miles from... (more)
A six-car Lamoille Valley train departs the Central Vermont yard in St. Albans, Vermont. A Canadian National van and a Central Vermont S4 in the left distance provide evidence of both of LVRC’s ... (more)
Lamoille Valley chopped-nose RS3 7809 arrives at St. Albans, VT, with the freight from Morrisville. At this time the LV was utilizing trackage rights over the Central Vermont to interchange at the... (more)
Lamoille Valley’s train to St. Albans enters the Central Vermont trackage.
Things were fairly quiet in Central Vermont’s St. Albans yard when a Lamoille Valley caboose hop arrived from the east. Alone CN M420 is waiting to work its way back north of the border.
Passing through what was at the time the last covered railroad bridge to remain in use in the U.S., RS-3 7805 is at the head of the 10.00 Morrisville - East Hardwick and return seasonal excursion.
This is one of those "if only I'd known then, what I know now" shots. The day's excursion train is crossing the Lamoille Valley's scenic and unique Fisher covered bridge near Wolcott. Sadly, the t... (more)
The Lamoille Valley's RS3 pauses at Wolcott with an interesting combination of passengers cars on a beautiful New England day.
Using ex-D&H units the last incarcarnation of this little rail is shuffling units around. Unfortunately we didn't catch anything on the road.