VTR 310, VTR 431, and VTR 432 at Rutland, VT.

At Rutland, Vermont, I stopped to see what the Vermont Railway (VTR) had at its shop along Park Street on July 4th. I knew it would be unlikely anything would be running, but I figured there might be some locomotives stored there. As luck would have it, VTR had seven locomotives idling next to its small maintenance shop and office.

VTR 431 sits north of Park Street by the VTR shop (out of view to the left)
VTR 431 sits north of Park Street by the VTR shop (out of view to the left) Behind 431 are VTR 208, VTR 207 VTR 310, and VTR 209 (blue).

VTR 432 and GMTX 518 are on the north side of the shop at Park Street
VTR 432 and GMTX 518 are on the north side of the shop at Park Street.


VTR 310 sits between VTR 209 and VTR 207 at Park Street
VTR 310 (GP40-2LW) sits between VTR 209 and VTR 207 at Park Street. VTR 310 was originally CN 9650.

Photographs taken on July 4, 2022.

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