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VTR B&R action -- Wednesday March 23, 2016

Swaying through the marshes south of Emerald Lake, the southbound B&R turn has the 307 for power today as the "bigger" units were used elsewhere today. Just behind the last car lies the dividing line for the headwaters of two major watersheds -- to the north, water flows to the Champlain valley and on the near side the flow is south via the Battenkill and ultimately the Hudson.

Photographed by Cully, March 23, 2016.
Added to the photo archive by John (Cully) Cullinan, March 24, 2016.
Railroad: Vermont Railway.

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