The train begins slowing down to give tourists onboard a good shot of the gorge at Brockways Mills
The flyer has begun its return trip back to Bellows falls and is seen again at bartonsville
After dumping the coaches on the back track the 405 runs around her train on the mainline
The Green Mountain Flyer glides past the covered bridge at Bartonsville
Alco RS-1 405 waits to depart to Thetford
The Limited has an unscheuled stop for coffee and donuts at chester leaving railfans with a quick photo opportunity
As the Green Mountain Flyer pulls away to run around it's train the engineer demonstrates what it means to be an alco
Green Mountain Railroad 405 waits for switches to be thrown while making the runaround move. They stopped for the brakeman to listen to the radio
Green Mountain Railroad 405 with the green mountain flyer ready to depart to chester
The controls of Green Mountain RS-1 #405
A photo from Dave & Kenneth Carlyon N scale colorado rockies layout Grande Southern
This is the M&StL RS-1 that is up for preservtion at National Transportation Museum (St. Louis, MO) M&StL 213
Minneapolis & St.Louis 546
Kansas is fairly flat and the curves in a RR rare.
The New York Central RS1 changes end on our passenger train for the trip back.