Volume 20

Vol. 20, #1 (Spring 2008)

  • Frank Augsbury – Last Rutland President Dies at 83
  • Rutland Transit Co and Rutland Railroad Co Joint Tariffs, 1907
  • Ghosts of the Rutland
  • Chatham & Lebanon Valley RR, Agreement of Consolidation, 1901
  • Communication Wire Arrangement circa 1944
  • Stations and Buildings Along the Green Mountain Line – Cold River NH to Rutland VT
  • Question of Railroad in Ogdensburg Dates to 1830
  • Rutland Freight Trains in the ‘violet hue’
  • Bridge Project at Sunderland
  • Reflections on the Newsliner (Winter 2007-2008)

Vol. 20, #2 (Summer 2008)

  • Troy Convention Report
  • The B&M in Troy, 1945
  • Nash and Ludlow, Ultimate Rutland Railfans
  • Shortest RR in the Country Along the Line of the Rutland
  • Passenger Cars of the Rutland
  • VRS Switches OMYA Traffic to B&R
  • New PAR/Norfolk Southern ‘Patriot Corridor’ Poses Questions

Vol. 20, #3 (Fall 2008)

  • It Was ‘Raining Down in Georgia’
  • North Bennington Freight House
  • Jack Ward’s N-Scale Rutland Layout
  • The Bellows Falls & Saxtons River Street Railway
  • Getting an Education on Grandfather’s Rutland Railroad Pocket Watch
  • Excerpts from 1930 Rutland Annual Report
  • Rutland Flanger Kit
  • A Review: Jim Shaughnessy Photo Salon
  • VRS News
  • Rutland PS-2 Covered Hoppers
  • First Use of Telegraph for Train Movements Not at Middlebury

Vol. 20, #4 (Winter 2008-2009)

  • What Would Jervis Have Thought of the Rutland?
  • Down By the Depot In Mooers, NY
  • Dr. Webb’s Locomotives
  • Rutland ‘L class’ 4-8-2s Was There a Mopac 5300-class in the Pedigree?
  • ‘Ups and Downs’ on the Rutland
  • Post WWII Wage Negotiations on the Rutland
  • Rutland Alco RS3 Airhorns
  • Memories of Carl W. Blake
  • Origins and Development of the Dairymen’s League (Pt. 1)
  • Rutland Herald Pays Tribute to Aldo Merusi