An Alco powered southbound Canadian Pacific freight skirts the Connecticut River as it heads for White River Junction, Vermont in the summer of 1965.
A Boston and Maine Alco S4 switcher works the south end of the B&M's White River Junction yard.
Montreal to Washington DC train the Ambassador accelerates southbound past the B&M's White River Junction Yard.
A joint effort of the Central Vermont, the Boston and Maine, the New Haven, and the Pennsylvania railroads, the Ambassador often ran with no two pieces of equipment painted the same. The train shown here has a Central Vermont RPO car followed by three New Haven coaches in three different paint schemes.
The northbound Ambassador led by B&M F3A number 4228 passes a Central Vermont snow flanger in Brattleboro, Vermont.
A northbound Ambassador approaches the south end of B&M's White River Junction yard. After exchanging trains with the Central Vermont at the station just north of the yard, the B&M F3's will return south.
Canadian built GP9s lay over at Central Vermont's White River Junction engine terminal
Central Vermont Alco S2 switcher number 8094 works the CV's White River Junction yard as a freight train holds the main.
During the mid 1960's the Central Vermont and Grand Trunk Railways, both subsidiaries of the Canadian National, freely shared equipment as evidenced by this Grand Trunk wood caboose at CV's White River Junction yard.
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