Contents List

Addison Railroad
Agreements
Annual Conventions
Annual Reports
Balance Sheets
Bankruptcy Proceedings
Bennington and Rutland Railroad
Bills of Lading and Way-Bills
Board of Directors
Catalogs
Champlain Construction Co.
Conductors Books
Correspondence
Dispatchers Record of Movement of Trains
Ephemera
Field Inventories
Financial Records
Freight Tariff Rates
General Files, by railroad
General Files, by subject
Inspections
Interstate Commerce Commission Railroad Valuation Records
Labor Union Agreements
Lebanon Springs Railroad
Legal Agreements
Legal Agreements Box 2
Locomotive Boiler Specification Cards
Locomotive Plans
Locomotive Proposals
Manuscript Material
Maps
Mechanical Drawings
Newspaper Clippings
Ogdensburg Terminal Company
Payroll Records
Photographs: Poulin Collection – selections
Photographs: Poulin Collection
Photographs
Photographs donated by Phil Jordan
Photographs donated by Don Boucher
Photographs donated by Steve Mumley
Photographs donated by Warren Dodgson
Rate Tariffs
Record Book of Station Agent Bonds
Reorganization
Rolling Stock Repairs
Rutland Transportation Corporation
Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps
Station Record of Train Movements
Stock and Bond Certificates
Stock Transfer Ledgers
Stockholders
Stockholder Meetings
Stockholder Records
Strike of 1960
Telegrams
Timetables
Train and Watch Registers
Treasurer’s Office, Correspondence

Related Materials


Addison Railroad
Financial ledger, 1906-1951
Minutes of the Board of Directors: 1905, 1906, 1911, 1917, 1918, 1920, 1930
Photocopies of correspondence relating to stockholders meetings, 1912-1951
Copy of article from Autumn 1973 issue of Vermont Life.

Copy of ledger of expenses for work completed 1896-97

Agreements
Agreement of Consolidation: Chatham & Lebanon Valley Railroad and Rutland Railroad Company forming Rutland Railroad Company. November 1st, 1901. 36 pages.
Agreement dated April 1, 1912, on the Rutland Railroad Equipment Trust of 1912.

Annual Conventions
Programs and field trip handouts, 1992 –

Annual Reports
Central Vermont Railway
8th (1906-07)
14th (1912-13)
15th (1913-14)
17th (1915-16)
18th (1917)

Rutland and Burlington Railroad
1849
1850
1854
Rutland Railroad Company
1872
1899
1936
Rutland Railway Corp.
1952
1956
1958
1959
1961
1965
1966
1967
Vermont Central Railroad Company
1849
1851
1855

Balance Sheets                                                                                                                  See Over-sized:
September 30, 1896
April 30, 1897
June 30, 1897
September 30, 1897
March 31, 1898
June 30, 1898
October 1, 1898
December 1, 1898
January 1, 1899
June 30, 1899

Bankruptcy Proceedings (Donated by Ralph Notaristefano)
3 LF; not yet inventoried

Bennington and Rutland Railroad
Statement of Passenger Business, Jan. – June 1867
Statement of Freight Business, Jan. – June 1867
Ledger Balance, Jan. – June 1867
Statement of Earnings, Jan. – May 1867
Earnings and Expenses, Jan. 15 – July 1, 1867
Contracts with Connecting Roads and Statement of Car Service, 1867
Statement for July, 1867
Stock Ledger, 1879 – 1901
Proposition to Hon. J. Gregory Smith and Hon. John B. Page, dated March 21, 1867
Correspondence to & from J. Gregory Smith re settlement with D & H C Co., September, 1884

Bills of Lading and Way-Bills – See Over-sized
Bennington and Rutland Railway. Freight way-bill from Bennington, Vt. to Chester. Dated September 16, 1885.
Bennington and Rutland Railway. Freight way-bill from Bennington, Vt. to Chester, Vt. . Dated 3/29/1883
Bennington and Rutland Railway. Way-bill from East Dorset to Chester, Vt. via Rutland. Dated Aug. 18, 1891.
Bennington and Rutland Railway. Way-bill to Chester.
Rutland & Burlington R. R. Way Bill from Chester.
Rutland Railroad Company. Bill of Lading. Notify Davis Nichols Lawson Corp. Destination: Chester, Vt. Contents: Feed. 11/22
Rutland Railroad Company. Bill of Lading. Notify Chester Garage. Dec. 20/22

Board of Directors
Folders for Directors meetings for 1918, 1928, 1929, 1942-1946, 1948, 1949.
Binder for Directors meetings for June 1953 – December 1964

Catalogs
Alco-GE Renewal Parts Catalog, in large 3-ring binder

Champlain Construction Co.
1895-1925 photocopies of minutes of annual shareholders meetings and legal notices

Conductors Books                                                                                                                  See Over-sized:
October 1948
August – October 1952
February – March 1953

Correspondence
1911-1914 tipped in bound volume
Box of correspondence for 1896 and 1897, arranged alphabetically by sender, includes Percival Clement and J. Gregory Smith

Dispatchers Record of Movement of Trains (in map case)
Rutland: April 5, Sept. 1, 1960; June 1, 7-11, 1961

Ephemera
Bills of Lading
Checks
Dog tags
Forms
Matches
Membership cards
Season passes
Tags
Tickets
Towel and soap packet                                                                                                          
See Over-sized: 
Transfer tags
Trip passes
Waybills

Field Inventories
Rutland Railroad Company. Valuation Department.
White Creek, N. Y. to Alburgh, Vt.

Financial Records
1950 – 1964

Freight Tariff Rates                                                                                                               See Flat Over-sized
Box 1: 1928, 1934, 1935, 1937, 1938, 1941, 1942, 1944                                                             See Regular Sized Archives:                                                                                                Box 2: 1945,1950-1952
Box 3: 1953-1954
Box 4: 1955
Box 5: 1956-1958

General Files, by railroad
Bangor & Aroostock Railroad
Barre & Chelsea Railroad
Beldens Falls Branch Railroad
Boston & Maine Railroad
Boston & Maine Railroad — Timetables
Bristol Railroad
Chatham and Lebanon Valley
Clarendon & Pittsford Railroad
Delaware & Hudson Railroad
Green Mountain Railroad
Hoosac Tunnel & Wilmington Railroad
Maine Central Railroad
Montpelier & Wells River Railroad
New Hampshire and Vermont
New Haven Railroad
Ogdensburg and Lake Champlain
Rutland Railroad
Rutland Railroad
Rutland Railroad
St. Johnsbury & L. C. Railroad
Short Lines
Vermont Railway
Western Vermont Railroad
White River Railroad

General files, by subject
Addresses
Atlas missile bases
Brochures, Maps & directions
By-laws
Bills of lading and waybills
Champlain Construction Co.
Conduction books
Construction
Correspondence
Court Cases
Employer

Equipment and sports catalog
Excursions
Freight
Future trips
General museums & libraries
Libraries and collections
Marble
Milk
Modelling
Paint samples
Paste-up material & originals
Refrigerator cars
Rich Lumber Company
Talc
The Whippet 

Inspections
1890, 1895, 1896, 1898, 1901, 1902, 1904, 1908, 1909, 1910

Interstate Commerce Commission Railroad Valuation Records (Donated by Steve Mumley)

Most valuation records were created between 1915 and 1920 by the ICC and railroad engineers who undertook a massive project to inventory almost every aspect of the U. S. railroad system for the purpose of determining a net worth for each railroad. This value was then used to calculate passenger and freight rates.

Spine title: Rutland R. R. V. S. 1 Building Coll.
New York Central Railroad Company. Valuation Department. Collections and Costs.
The first section of typed forms has an inventory for val. sec. 1, account no. 16 and sheets are arranged in order of field notes page number, with a dollar value given for each structure or asset. Locations include Ogdensburg, Lisbon, Madrid, Norwood, Knapps, Winthrop & Brasher, North Lawrence, Moira, Brushton, Bangor, Malone, Burke, Chateaugay, Cherubusco, Clinton Mills, Brandy Brook, Ellenburgh, Forest, Irona, Altona, Woods Falls, Moers Forks, Moers Jct., Champlain, Rouses Pt. Jct., Rouses Pt.
The second section of typed forms has an inventory for val. sec. 1, account no. 17 and sheets are arranged in order of field notes page number. Locations include Ogdensburg, Lisbon, Madrid, Norwood, Knapps, Winthrop, North Lawrence, Moira, Brushton, Bangor, Malone, Malone Jct., Burke, Chateaugay, Cherubusco, Ellenburgh, Forest, Altona, Moers Forks, Moers Jct., Champlain, Rouses Pt..
The third section of typed forms has an inventory for val. sec. 1, account no. 18, and sheets are arranged in order of field notes page number. Locations include Ogdensburg, Norwood, Brushton, Bangor, Malone, Chateaugay, Cherubusco, Altona, Rouses Pt.
The third section of typed forms has an inventory for val. sec. 1, account no. 19, and sheets are arranged in order of field notes page number. Location included is Norwood.
The third section of typed forms has an inventory for val. sec. 1, account no. 20, and sheets are arranged in order of field notes page number. Locations include Ogdensburg, Norwood, Moira, Malone, and Rouses Pt.

Spine title: Rutland R. R. V. S. 1 Cross Sections
Drawings and measurements for Rutland Railroad land occupied by Ogdensburg Terminal Co. elevator at Ogdensburg, NY. Index pages are in the front of the volume. Some drawings are on graph paper. 245 pages, dated from the first five months of 1917. All pages are rubber stamped by L. L. Wiggins and dated July 31, 1917.

Spine title: Rutland R. R. V. S. 1 Chaining Notes ORIGINAL
Printed header at the top of each page is Valuation Department, Rutland Railroad Company and Ogdensburg has been written in as the operating division. 550 pages are dated from April to August 1916. Measurements, drawings and information are handwritten in pencil.

Spine title: Rutland R. R. V. S. 1 _______ Inventory
The index page in the front of the volume indicates this volume contains the inventory notes for the Ogdensburg Division of the Rutland Railroad, from Ogdensburg to Rouses Point, NY. Includes memos to the building party, structural party, signal party, land party, and roadway party. 361 pages plus 9 pages of inventory notes for the Ogdensburg Division in Joint Ownership with the C. V. R. R. for the trestle over Lake Champlain in NY state.

Spine title: Rutland R. R. V. S. 1 Bridge Inventory
This volume provides specifications for bridges of the Rutland Rail Road, ICC Acct. no. 6. Some pages are for the Ogdensburg Division. Bridge locations are typically given in number combinations, such as 6037 + 49. Some drawings show details of property at Ogdensburg, Rouses Point, and Malone, NY

Spine title: Rutland R. R. V. S. 1 Building Computations
The printed header on most pages is Estimate for Typical Buildings, Rutland Railroad Company, and individual column headings are typically: No., Desciption, Dimensions, Extension, Quantity, Unit. Various pagings. Some pages have a printed header for New York Central Lines and the locations are in NY. Columns on most pages have been completed in pencil and dates on pages vary from 1919 to 1922.

Spine title: Rutland R. R. V. S. 2 Building Inventory.
Large three ring binder has photocopies of forms with a printed header for either the Interstate Commerce Commission, Division of Valuation or the Rutland Railroad Company, Valuation Department. Includes descriptions, drawings and measurements. Pages are all dated 1917 and most appear to be for the Main Line Division.

Spine title: Rutland R. R. V. S. 2 Building Computations
Pages have printed headers for either “Estimate for Typical Buildings, Rutland Railroad Company” or “New York Central Lines…Collection of Pay Items.” Includes several hundred pages of structural descriptions and dimensions for buildings at various locations in Vermont. Pages range in date from 1919 to 1922.

Spine title: Rutland R. R. V. S. 2 ________ Inventory
The inventory notes at the front of the volume indicates this volume is an inventory of the Main Line from White Creek, NY to Rutland, VT. Includes memos to the structural party, building party, and land party, with a memo from the Signal party. Includes detailed costs for the elimination of several grade crossings, including Shaftsbury, White’s Crossing (north of Proctor), Brandon, Middlebury, Vergennes, Charlotte, Shelburne, Lakeside (Burlington), and Double Road (south of Proctor). Includes typed pages with information on the River Street bridge and the Pine Street Tunnel in Rutland. Some pages relate to property jointly owned by the Rutland Rail Road and the Central Vermont Railway. Many pages are dated 1917 and have rubber stamp approval by L. L. Wiggins, Sep 24, 1917. Includes a few sketches, including track layouts, culverts, and sign posts.

Spine title: Rutland R. R. V. S. 2 Building Coll.
Page header for all pages is for The New York Central Railroad Company, Valuation Department, Collections and Cost. Column headings are Character of property and description, type, date built, condition percent, unit, number of units, and cost of reproduction: per unit / amount / new total / less depreciation. Information on all sheets is typewritten, and includes ICC account numbers 6, 16, 17, 18 and 20.
Locations in the account no. 16 section include Rouses Pt., North Bennington, South Shaftsbury, Shaftsbury, Arlington, Manchester, East Dorset, Danby, South Wallingford, Wallingford, Rutland, Center Rutland, Proctor, Pittsford, Florence, Brandon, Leicester Jct., Salisbury, Middlebury, Beldens, Spring Grove, New Haven Jct., Vergennes, Ferrisburg, North Ferrisburg, Thompsons Pt., Charlotte, Shelburne, Queen City Park, Burlington, Star Farm Beach, South Hero, Grand Isle, Abnaki, North Hero, Isle LaMotte, and Alburgh.
Locations in the account no. 17 section include North Bennington, South Shaftsbury, Shaftsbury, Arlington, Manchester, East Dorset, North Dorset, Danby, South Wallingford, Wallingford, Rutland, Proctor, Pittsford, Brandon, Leicester Jct., Salisbury, Middlebury, New Haven Jct., Vergennes, North Ferrisburg, Charlotte, Shelburne, Burlington, Colchester, South Hero, Grand Isle, North Hero, Isle LaMotte, Alburgh, Rouses Pt.
Locations in the account no. 18 section include North Bennington, Shaftsbury, Manchester, North Dorset, Wallingford, Rutland, Proctor, Brandon, Leicester Jct., Middlebury, Vergennes, Charlotte, Burlington, South Hero, and Alburgh.
Locations in the account no. 19 section include Rutland and Alburgh.
Locations in the account no. 20 section include North Bennington, Rutland, Burlington, Alburgh
Burlington is the only location with a ledger sheet for account no. 27 and Rouses Point is the only location with a ledger sheet for account no. 6.

Spine title: Rutland R. R. V. S. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 Building Computations
The header for most pages is “Estimate for Typical Buildings, Rutland Railroad Company,” although a few sheets have a page header of “Estimate for Typical Buildings, New York Central Railroad.” Columns are labeled Material: kind, amount, and unit and Cost: material unit and total and labor unit and total, Total. Descriptions, specifications, and costs are entered in pencil on most pages, but a few pages have typed information. Includes railroad facilities in Vermont and several locations in eastern New York.

Spine title: Rutland R. R. V. S. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 Building Coll.
The printed page header for all pages is “The New York Central Railroad Company, Valuation Department, Collections and Costs.” Descriptions, specifications, and value in dollars is typewritten and includes facilities in Vermont and eastern New York.

Spine title: Rutland R. R. V. S. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 Cross Sections
Detailed cross section measurements, with numerous drawings, some on graph paper. Most pages have a rubber stamp signature of L. L. Wiggins and are dated at various times in 1917.

Spine title: Rutland R. R. V. S. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 R. & T. Inventory.
Detailed inventory of a variety of facilities, including pipes, culverts, retaining walls, track, ties, sidings, fences, grade crossings, etc.

Front cover title: Sidings Rutland RR
Includes typed lists of Leases and Privileges and List of Industrial Tracks, all dated 1917,
and handwritten lists of industrial sidetacks, by division.

Front cover title: Sidings 1930 Rutland R. R.
Detailed schematic drawings of sidings in eastern New York and Vermont.

Front cover title: Estimates for Pricing Curves
Actually includes pricing estimates for a wide variety of structures and facilities.

Labor Union Agreements
1951-1957

Lebanon Springs Railroad
Deeds, 1853 – 1854, 1867 – 1875

Legal Agreements (Purchased from dealer William Parkinson)
1904 Agreement between the Rutland Railroad Company and Medrick Rossino re erecting snow fences
1905 Agreement between the Rutland Railroad Company and Howard J. Kingdon re erecting depot
1905 Agreement between the Rutland Railroad Company and W. S. Lawrence re leasing old track
1906 Lease between the Rutland Railroad Company and N. H. Niles re location of platform
1905 Agreement between the Rutland Railroad Company and Champlain Telephone Company
1905 Agreement between the Rutland Railroad Company and Fisk & Fleury Telephone Company
1905 Agreement between the Rutland Railroad Company and Armstrong Transfer Company
1907 Agreement between the Rutland Railroad Company and E. Leroy of Rouses Point, NY
1906 Agreement between the Rutland Railroad Company and Norwood Telephone Company
1904 Agreement between the Rutland Railroad Company and George D. Northridge of Malone
1904 Agreement between the Rutland Railroad Company and Charles Dillingham of Ogdensburg

Legal Agreements Box 2

Locomotive Boiler Specification Cards
Box 1: #10-12, 14-37, 40-50
Box 2: 51-57, 61, 63-67, 70-93, 99, 100
Box 3: 101-107, 109-110, 144-151, 613, 621, 793,794, 796-798, 863-865,
1060, 1063, 1880-1883, 1892-1898, 2058-2060, 2062, 2157, 2158, 2265
Folder of correspondence with the Federal Bureau of Locomotive Inspection.

Locomotive Plans  
See Over-sized:                                                                                                              Boilers
Boiler details and detachments
Cab
Erecting card
Frame
Piping
Sand box
Spring rigging
Tank handles
Tank ladders
Tender frame
Tender tank
Wheels
Whistle & rigging

Locomotive Proposals
Application of General Motors Diesel Motive Power, March, 1950
Alco-GE Proposal for Diesel-Electric Locomotives, June, 1952

1600 Horsepower Road Switcher Demonstrator
Application of Diesel Electric Motive Power for the Rutland Railroad, Baldwin Locomotive Works, May, 1950

Manuscript Material (Donated by Steven Mumley, May, 2004)
Inventory from April 1st, 1851 to Dec. 1st, 1865. Detailed account book of the inventory of stock, tools, and fixtures of the Rutland & Burlington Rail Road machine shop. [The Rutland & Burlington was chartered by the Vermont Legislature in November 1847 and was reorganized as the Rutland Railroad Company on July 9, 1867.]

Record of cars damaged & destroyed in wrecks. [A detailed handwritten account book beginning with the Alburg wreck on April 15, 1902 and ending with Dec. 21, 1924]

Inventory of the Rutland Division of the C. V. R. R., covering 1873 and 1874. Inventory includes locomotives, tools, machinery, and freight cars. Locations included are Rutland, Bellows Falls, Burlington, and Charlestown, Mass. Inventory of the Harlem Extension RR is included on p. 101+.
Handwritten account book of additions and betterments to locomotives, passenger cars, and other cars, covering 1902-21. Includes costs of specific betterments, such as improved corner irons, etc.

Handwritten account of Way-Bills of Merchandise Transported by Ogdensburgh and Lake Champlain Railroad Company, covering November 1867 to February 1870. Notes on inside front cover state, “This book found in R. R. station week of 9-19-55. R. R. Bldgs being wrecked at this time. Stanley Crawford. Burke, N. Y. 9-19-55” and “Bellows Falls, Vermont. Saturday May 16, 1992. Presented to the Rutland Railroad Historical Society, care of Steve Mumley, by Stan J. Smaill.”

Chronological listing of rolling stock retired from service, with cause, location, and date the equipment was built. Covers from January 1925 to December 1940. The first 77 pages of the 500 pages have handwritten information and the remaining pages are blank.

Central Vermont Railway Company account book of freight received at East Berkshire, covering from October 1912 to May 1913. Some water and mold damage to the top right corner of pages.

Account book listing the amount of bond for station agents at various RR stations in Vermont, other New England states and as far west as Kansas City, Missouri. Also includes dates of auditing of accounts for each station with brief notes about the audit. Covers from 1888 to 1924, with an A – Z index in the front for towns and cities included. Several typewritten enclosures were tucked in the inside back.

Freight Record of Chester Station, July 1886 – April 1888.  Gift of Steven Mumley.

List of Questions for Attention of Traveling Auditors at Examination, 3 p.

General Instructions Tending to Uniform Station Accounting, 3 p.

Memoranda for Traveling Auditors, 5 p. Group of about ten payroll vouchers for the Harlem Extension Railroad, all dated 1871.

Maps                                                                                                                                      
See Over-sized:                                                                                                              Albany & Rutland Railroad and its Connections (ca. 1860)
General Map of the City of Ogdensburgh, showing Ogdensburg & Lake Champlain RR lands in red; undated. 38″ x 14″
Map of a Part of New England Showing the Connections of the Vermont Valley Rail Road
Railroad Map of Vermont (1898)
Railroad Map of Vermont (1902)
Rutland Railroad and Connections (1899)

Mechanical Drawings (in map case)

Central Vermont Railway. Burlington Interlocking Detail Plans. 20 sheets, mostly 23″ x 16″ 1927-1938?

Champlain Valley Traction Association. 26 linen 17″ x 30″ sheets

Drawings for proposed electric railroad from Vergennes to Fair Haven (donated by David Ringer)

Locomotive of 4-8-2 class, by American Locomotive Co. Dated 1-5-45 25 1/2″ x 103 1/2″

New York Central Lines. Mechanical Department. Drawing of ash pan: hopper bottom: slide operated by air or hand. Drawing no. X-90044. Rutland. Jan 8, -08 approx. 24 ½” x 36″

New York Central Lines. Mechanical Department. Drawing of crate arrangement. Drawing no. X-90025. Rutland. Aug. 16, -07. approx. 25″ x 36 ¾”

New York Central Lines. Mechanical Department. Drawing for ash pan: hopper bottom: slide operated by hand. Drawing no. X90277. Rutland. Aug 27-09 approx. 25″ x 36 ½”; “Used on… locos class B2a”

New York Central Lines. Mechanical Department. Drawing for crane door: new boiler shop. Drawing no. X90441. Rutland. Jan 11-11. approx. 24 ½” x 36 ½”

New York Central Lines. Mechanical Department. Drawing for details of operating rigging: crane door: new boiler shop. Drawing no. X90442. Rutland. Jan. 11-11. approx. 23″ x 36 ½”

Rutland Railroad. Floor Plan: New Blacksmith Shop, Rutland, Vt. 8-8-19 approx. 23″ x 30″

Rutland Railroad. Drawing of locomotive 2045 and coal car. 53″ x 21″ undated

Rutland Railroad. Mechanical Department. Drawing for grate arrangement. March 10, 1925. approx. 24″ x 36 ½”

Rutland Railroad Co. Mechanical Department. Drawing of cinder conveyor details. X-3 Rutland. July 3, 1926. approx. 22 ¼” x 34 ¼”

Rutland Railroad Company. Mechanical Department. Drawing of grate arrangement. X-12 Dr. 514-S-37690. Rutland. Dec. 9, 1930. approx. 22 ¼” x 34″

Rutland Railroad Company. Mechanical Department. Drawing of boiler detail. X-23 Rutland. 10-4-45. approx. 21″ x 32″; “Replacement section, 3rd course top. Loco class K-2 Eng. 84, 85”

Rutland Railroad Company. Mechanical Department. Drawing of boiler details. 1st course & front tube sheet. X-28 Rutland. 4-7-50.

Rutland Railroad Company. Erecting Card Elevation. “Used on Locos class F-11″ 72″ x 25” on linen

Rutland Railroad Company. Proposed Yard Development at Bellows Falls, Vt. July 1926. 36″ x 120″

Rutland Railroad Company. Right-of-way and track map, Bellows Falls Division. June 30, 1917. 56″ x 24″

Rutland Railroad Company. Right-of-way and track map, Rutland. 1963?

Newspaper Clippings
Regular Archives:                                                                                                               1898 – 1899 and 1911
1955, and 1961-1962                                                                                                                   July 7, 1962 – March 31, 1964                                                                                                       September 9, 1966 – February 7, 1967                                                                                           1968-2012                                                                                                                                   See Over-sized:                                                                                                                       1898 – 1899, and 1927, 1938 
1941, and 1960 
1939 – 1941                                                                                                                                 See Flat Over-sized:                                                                                                                1939-1960 

 Ogdensburg Terminal Company
See Over-sized:                                                                                                            Minutes of Board of Directors meetings, 1911 – 1937

Payroll Records
See Over-sized:                                                                                                                 April 1894 – September 1905

Photographs (Selected images from the Poulin Collection of Rutland Railroad photographs).

During the 1960’s Francis Poulin walked the entire length of the right of way of the Rutland Railroad and took photographs the entire way. His photographs were placed in about 25 3-ring binders which were purchased by the Rutland Railroad Historical Society in 1996. Well over 4,000 of the most interesting photographs in this collection were digitized by Randy Laframboise and are now available online. There is no coverage of the Ogdensburg Subdivision except between Alburgh, VT and Rouses Point, NY. Photographs which have not been digitized may be viewed at the Rutland Railroad Archives in the main library at Middlebury College. The Poulin Collection also includes over 5,000 color slides and the most interesting slides have been digitized and included in the pages below.

Introduction to the Poulin Collection

Poulin Collection – Alburg
Poulin Collection – Alfrechia
Poulin Collection – Arlington
Poulin Collection – Arlington – Manchester
Poulin Collection – Barnumville
Poulin Collection – Bartonsville
Poulin Collection – Belden
Poulin Collection – Bellows Falls
Poulin Collection – Bennington
Poulin Collection – Bennington – North Bennington
Poulin Collection – Berlin
Poulin Collection – Brainard
Poulin Collection – Brandon
Poulin Collection – Brockways Mills
Poulin Collection – Cavendish
Poulin Collection – Center Berlin
Poulin Collection – Center Rutland
Poulin Collection – Charlotte
Poulin Collection – Chatham NY 1
Poulin Collection – Chatham NY 2
Poulin Collection – Cherry Plain
Poulin Collection – Chester
Poulin Collection – Clarendon
Poulin Collection – Colchester
Poulin Collection – Cuttingsville
Poulin Collection – Danby
Poulin Collection – Danby – Rutland
Poulin Collection – East Clarendon
Poulin Collection – East Dorset
Poulin Collection – East Wallingford
Poulin Collection – Equipment
Poulin Collection – Ferrisburg
Poulin Collection – Florence
Poulin Collection – Gassetts
Poulin Collection – Grand Isle
Poulin Collection – Healdville
Poulin Collection – Hough’s Crossing
Poulin Collection – Isle La Motte
Poulin Collection – Larabees Point
Poulin Collection – Leicester Junction
Poulin Collection – Ludlow
Poulin Collection – Manchester
Poulin Collection – Manchester – Danby
Poulin Collection – Middlebury
Poulin Collection – Mount Holly
Poulin Collection – New Haven
Poulin Collection – New Lebanon
Poulin Collection – North Bennington 1
Poulin Collection – North Bennington 2
Poulin Collection – North Bennington – Arlington
Poulin Collection – North Bennington – White Creek
Poulin Collection – North Dorset
Poulin Collection – North Clarendon
Poulin Collection – North Ferrisburg
Poulin Collection – North Hero
Poulin Collection – Old Chatham
Poulin Collection – Old Chatham – Bennington
Poulin Collection – Orwell
Poulin Collection – Petersburg Junction
Poulin Collection – Petersburg
Poulin Collection – Pittsford
Poulin Collection – Proctor
Poulin Collection – Proctorsville
Poulin Collection – Rockingham
Poulin Collection – Rouses Point
Poulin Collection – Rutland
Poulin Collection – Salisbury
Poulin Collection – Shaftsbury
Poulin Collection – Shelburne
Poulin Collection – Shoreham
Poulin Collection – South Berlin
Poulin Collection – South Hero
Poulin Collection – South Shaftsbury
Poulin Collection – South Wallingford
Poulin Collection – Stephentown
Poulin Collection – Summit
Poulin Collection – Sunderland
Poulin Collection – Vergennes
Poulin Collection – Wallingford
Poulin Collection – Whiting

Photographs [“Poulin Albums”] (Purchased by the Rutland Railroad Historical Society, 1996)

Black & White Photographs
Album 1 Chatham, NY to Petersburgh, NY; 168 black and white prints of various sizes from about 3″ x 5″ to 4″ x 6″ in a three ring binder.
Also includes 4 prints of various sizes in an envelope tucked inside the front cover.
Also includes a two page negative copy of an article from the February 26, 1927 issue of Railway Age on “Two Buses Save $1,350 a Month,” about the Rutland Railroad substituting buses for train service between Bennington, Vt. and Chatham, NY
Album 2 White Creek, NY to Bennington; 225 black and white prints, ranging in size from about 2″ x 4″ to approximately 3 1/2″ x 6″ in a three ring binder.
Also included is an 8″ x 10″ photograph of a steam locomotive crossing route 7. Photo courtesy of Danville Central Railroad.
Also includes a two page handwritten chart of mileage between stations from Bellows Falls to Rutland and a one page negative copy Rutland Railroad allocation of motive power as of October 1, 1952.
Album 3 North Bennington to Shaftsbury; 202 black and white prints, all about 3″ x 5″ in a three ring binder.
Album 4 Bellows Falls to Chester
Album 5 Gassetts to Summit
Album 6 Manchester to Wallingford
240 black and white prints, all about 3″ x 5″ in a three ring binder
Album 7 Mount Holly to Wallingford
Album 8 South Wallingford to Alfrechia; 211 black and white prints, approximately 3″x5″ in a three ring binder with photographs protected by clear acetate sleeves.
Album 9 East Clarendon to North Clarendon
Album 10 Center Rutland to Leicester Junction
Album 11 Leicester to New Haven
Album 12 New Haven to Shelburne
Album 13 Colchester to North Hero
Album 14 North Hero to Alburgh
Album 15 Addison Branch
Album 16 Addison Branch
Album 17 Locomotives and stations
Album 18 Boundary line markers: towns, county, state, international
Album 19 Misc.: mostly buildings
Album 20 Articles, timetables, locomotives, negatives of track
Album 21 Rutland Railroad history notes (mostly handwritten)
Album 22 Rutland-Canadian RR history; timetables
Album 23 Notes and clippings: Western Vermont RR and wrecks; Rutland RR
Album 24 Clippings and photocopies: O & LC RR; Lebanon Springs RR
Album 25 New York Public Service Commission Reports, 1927-1969
Album 26 Rutland, Locomotives, wrecks, Bennington, color calendars and timetable

Color Slides
Album 1 Bennington, Shastsbury, Arlington, Manchester, Danby, Pawlet, Troy, Hoosick Falls, White Creek, Rutland, MP1-11
Album 2 MP12-27, Arlington, Battenkill, Sunderland, Manchester, North Ward, South Ward, Barnumville, E. Dorset,
Album 3 E. Dorset, Dorset, MP29-32, Lake Lorraine, Burlington, Alburgh, Chester, Bellows Falls, Steamtown, Riverside, Rockingham, Bartonsville, Brockway Mills

Album 4 Chester, newspaper clippings, Conn. River, Riverside, Midway, R & B MP7-13, Brockway Mills
Album 5 Gassetts, Chester, Emerald Lake State Park, North Dorset, Danby, Otter Creek
Album 6 Otter Creek, Wallingford, Rutland, Troy, East Clarendon
Album 7 Clarendon, Chatham Branch, Lebanon Springs RR clippings, NY, Rutland & Montpelier RR clippings, Troy, Rutland
Album 8 Center Rutland, Proctor, Pittsford, Florence,
Album 9 Ludlow, Healdville, Summit, Mt. Holly, Boldsville, East Wallingford
Album 10 MP 70 – 81, Leicester, Brandon
Album 11 MP 80 – 89, Middlebury
Album 12 Cuttingsville, Burlington
Album 13 Vermont signs, historical markers, structures, highways, scenery
Album 14 Historical news clippings

 

Photographs (Donated by Chris Martin in 2008)

Most of the photographs included in the following collection are black-and-white 8″ x 10″ photographs, but some color and smaller sized photographs are also included. Bob’s Photo is the source of a large number of the photographs.   The contents of each box were originally in three-ring binders.

 

Box 1: Rutland vol. 1
Rutland steam builder’s photos, with specifications on verso
Locomotives 82, 93, 203, 450, 2431
Rutland Railroad locomotive photographs, class G-14
Locomotives 10, 2401
Rutland Railroad locomotive photographs, class G-34
Locomotives 14, 18, 19, 20, 21, 23, 25, 26, 2428, 28, 29, 30, 31, 15, 16, 2416, 23, 27,
Rutland Railroad locomotive photographs, class H-6a
Locomotives 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37,
Rutland Railroad locomotive photographs, class F-12
Mechanical drawing of locomotive 2045
Locomotives 40, 45, 2041, 45,
Rutland Railroad locomotive photographs, class F-11
Locomotives 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 57,
Rutland Railroad locomotive photographs, class F-13
Locomotives 2063, 63
Rutland Railroad locomotive photographs, class F-2h and F-2k
Locomotives 70, 71, 72, 73, 2039,
Rutland Railroad locomotive photographs, class F-2j
Locomotives 74, 75, 76, 77, 78,
Rutland Railroad locomotive photographs, class K-1
Locomotives 81, 82,
Rutland Railroad locomotive photographs, class K-2
Locomotives 83, 84, 85
Rutland Railroad locomotive photographs, class L-1
Locomotives 90, 91, 92, 93
Rutland Railroad locomotive photographs, class B-2a
Locomotive 101
Rutland Railroad locomotive photographs, class B-9
Locomotives 447, 102, 448, 104
Rutland Railroad locomotive photographs, class B-2b
Locomotives 106,
Rutland Railroad locomotive photographs, class B-2c
Locomotive 106
Rutland Railroad locomotive photographs, class B-3
Locomotive 107
Rutland Railroad locomotive photographs, class U-3
Locomotive 110, 144, 211

Box 2: Rutland v. 2
Rutland Railroad builder’s photo of diesel locomotive 204
Rutland Railroad locomotive photographs, class DRS-6 (RS-3)
Diesel locomotives 200, 201, 202, 203, 204, 205, 206, 207, 208
Rutland Railroad locomotive photographs, class DRS-1 (RS-1)
Diesel locomotives 400, 405, 401, 402, 404
Rutland Railroad locomotive photographs, class DES-2 (701)
Diesel locomotive 500
Rutland “Trains”
Diesel locomotive 206, steam locomotive 92, steam locomotives
with freight cars in various locations, locomotives in Rutland yard,
7 color postcards of railroad scenes
Cabooses
Cabooses 11, 78, 41, 47, 29, 50, 12, 24, 33, 40, 34, 37, 42, 43, 45, 3, 30,
22, 27,28, 38, 36, 2
Passenger cars
Baggage cars X628, combo 253, 255, 256, 261, 270
Passenger cars 551, 715, 727, 717, 723,
Combo cars 253, 256, 255, 260, 270
Passenger cars X616, 714, 551,
Combo car 260 (many)
Milk cars
Milk car 340, 342, 344, 347, 352, 338, 350, 354, 355
Freight cars
Freight cars 106, 193, 194, 248, 274, 303, 358, 227, 1005,
1009, 4101, 1021, 4505, 6020, 8126, 2777, 4031, 4509,
8050, 8140, 6081, 8223, 8252, 8283, 9194, X105, 7999
100, 104, 197, 194, 168, 207, 248, 293, 273, 360, 752,
757, 760, cabooses 28, X111, X114, scale test car

 

Box 3: Others v. 1 [Equipment that used the Rutland tracks]

B & M steam
Locomotives 1363, 1382, 1425, 2074, 2388, 2725, 3689, 3705,
4115, 1388, 1428, 2102, 2413, 3240, 3684, 4017, 4023
B & M Diesel
Locomotives 1560, 1564, 1565, 1567, 4204, 4210, 3800, 1503,
4261
Printed post cards of locomotives 4227, 3806, 3805, 3806
B & M Cars
Freight car 76341
Combo car 3677
Milk car
Freight car 1878
Piggyback cars
Cabooses 104126, 104172, 104285, 104297, 104019
Freight car 8128, 27510, 71276, 70480, 74015, 75574, 75711
Locomotive 2642
Flat car 5001
Locomotive 2721
Aerial shot of passenger cars in yard
Locomotive 2669
Cabooses 103002, 104122, 104120, 104391
Hopper cars 7169, 8771, 8978
Freight cars 29084, 72998, 75249
B & M Stations
Fairlee
MEC Locomotives [Maine Central]
2 printed color pages
1 B & W printed page of locomotive 470
Steam locomotive 373, 512, 519,
3 B & W printed pages of locomotives, inc. diesels 1052 and 671
Steam locomotives 362 and 371
BAR Diesels [Bangor & Aroostook] 60, 68, 69
Other New England Freight cars
Maine Central boxcar 29113
Maine Central pulpwood flat car 1400
Borden’s milk tank cars
RCDX 1016
Borden chemical tank car BCDX 1018
Borden’s tank car BCDX 1025
General American Pfaudler Corp. milk car GPEX 1933
GPEX 544
General American Pfaudler Sheffield Farms Sealtest Milk GPEX766
General American Pfaudler Corp. GPEX 777
GPEX 807 H P Hood & Sons milk refrigerator
GPEX 895 United Farmers Creamery Association reefer
H P Hood & Sons milk refrigerator GPEX 1047 in yard
GPEX 977 Scenic Citrus Corp. reefer
GPEX 982 H P Hood & Sons milk refrigerator
GPEX 987 Sheffield Farms milk tank car
GPEX 990 H P Hood & Sons milk tank car
GPEX 1021
GPEX 1025 Bowman Dairy Company milk refrigerator
GPEX 1055 H P Hood & Sons milk tank car
GPEX 1060 Dairymen’s league milk tank car
GPEX 1076 Whiting Milk Company
SFCX 1014 Sheffield Farms milk tank car
Flatbed car with two Sealtest tanks
Flatbed car NX 1411
Flatbed car NX 1420
BAR 1042 Bangor & Aroostook
BAR 2073 State of Maine Products
BAR 2093 State of Maine Products
BAR 2131 State of Maine Products
BAR 2280 State of Maine Products
BAR 2901 State of Maine Potatoes
BAR 1890 flat bed with a load of lumber
MEC 4897
PICX 101 with two milk trucks on board
BCDX 1027 Borden’s tank car
MEC 17113
BAR 5061 State of Main Products
NH 64784
NH 69505
CV 40031, 41074
Other States
D&H 18184, 22717 freight cars
D&H 1271, 3288 hopper cars
DL&W 02905 hopper car
Erie 21530 closed top hopper car with 12 lids
RDG 12343 freight car
RDG 67597, 73650, 86178, 67281, 82614 hopper cars
RDG 23035
RDG 101176, 101491, 104418, 107444, 107911 freight cars
BWCX 2824 hopper car
C&O 014906, 16249, 16245, 17011 freight cars
C&O 20461 hopper car
C&O 44298 gondola in shed with overhead electromagnet
C&O 51089, 116935 hopper cars
C&O freight cars and hopper cars in yard
C&O 289471 freight car
ACY 1257, 3073 freight cars
DT&I 11680 freight car
yard with Staten Island locomotive 484 and other rolling stock
B&O 282684, 298376, 298671 box cars
WM 13235, 20907 hopper cars [ Western Maryland]
WM 27729, 29068 box cars
ADX 6 Abbotts Deluxe ‘A’ milk
Norfolk & Western locomotive, in color
N&W 48624, 48826, 50210, 52420, 52466 box cars
Many hopper cars filled with coal in large yard
TP&W 606 box car
M&PA 723 reefer? [Maryland and Pennsylvania]
D & H 7978, 33539 gondolas
D & H 19421 box car
BCK 1369 box car [Buffalo Creek]
LV 4971 box car
W&LE 7011 hopper car
CRP 10831 hopper car [Jersey Central Lines]
CNJ 21026 box car [Jersey Central Lines]
B&O 380202 box car
B&O 223350, 637443 hopper cars
BWCX 3918 hopper car [Berwind]
Erie 415034, 67586, 61504, 87203 box cars
Strasburg caboose 12
C&I 4566 hopper carN&W 16124 hopper car
Lackawanna 889 caboose
D&H 18119 box car
4 color prints of a Hancock inspirator (?) on a steam locomotive

Box 4: Others v.2 Southern Railroads
Southern 148110 box car
A&WP 37413 box car
ACL 17242 box car [Atlantic Coast Despatch]
WIF 310 box car [West India Fruit & Steamship Co.]
Florida Havana Railroad Car Ferries
Seaboard 13002, 14847, 28928 box cars
NS 25043 box car [Norfolk Southern]
WIF 301, 319 box cars
CF 5669 box car [Central of Georgia]
ACL 55889 box car [Atlantic Coast Line]
Atlantic & East Carolina 1045 box car
GM&O 21022 box car [Gulf Mobile & Ohio]
Mid-Western Railroads
IC10459, 30122, 30624, 40394 box cars [Illinois Central]
IC90893, 90426, 94931 box cars
ICRR steam locomotive 3544
MWR 1264 box car [Muncie & Western R. R.]
Northwestern diesel locomotive 1652
CNW 122, 1289, 9452, 60186, 107706 box cars
CMO 1672 box car
MILW 26374 box car
Soo Line 1578, 135026, 28612 box cars
WAB 17056 box car [Wabash]
3 color prints of many freight cars in yards
T&P 81142 box car [Texas & Pacific]
STLB&M 3306, 3385 box cars
Kansas City Southern 16218 box car
SSW 34764 box car “Cotton Belt”
SL-SF 18194 box car
NKP 20177, 24700 box cars [Nickel Plate Road]
CIL 9271 box car [Monon The Hoosier Line]
CGW 80556 box car
CNW 121 box car [Chicago & North Western]
MP 41568, 32871 box cars [Missouri Pacific]
ART 18401, 22234, 53460, 20556 reefers
American Refrigerator Transit Company
MKT 76814 box car
KCS 7219 box car
NWX 1003, 15356 [North Western Refrigerator Line Company]
Western Railroads
Union Pacific steam locomotive X4012
SN 2304 box car [Sacramento Northern]
Northern Pacific steam locomotive 1764
NP 21030 box car
ATSF 97753 flatbed car
ATSF 138455 box car
GN 29086 box car
Other
CN box cars 209532, 464859, 470086, 473237, 482446, 500899, 211031,
421005, 483236, 486646, 505 978, 522880 [Canadian National]
GTW 585694 box car
NYDX 15147 box car
Canadian Pacific 404299 box car
FGEX 373, 1040, 1537, 21213, 38600, 39500, 39896, 44029, 55428,
40974 Fruit Growers Express Refrigerator cars
NX 8626 refrigerator car [National Car Company]
WFEX 890, 8031, 8088 refrigerator cars [Western Fruit Express]
BREX 74217 refrigerator car [Burlington Refrigerator Express]
SLRX 4456 [St. Louis Refrigerator Car Company]
GACX 40880, 42112 hopper cars
CABX 146 hopper car [Cabot]
UTLX 1453, 1768, 16285, 60016, 91160 tank cars
TLM 3 tank car
AOX 921 tank car [Associated]
CGAX 8606 tank car [Cumberland]
CGTX 1761 tank car
CSOX 3906, 5204, 6469 tank cars [Cities Service]
CTCX 152, 157 tank cars
GATX 32373 tank car [Wyandotte Chemicals Corporation]
MPLX 1547, 1806 tank cars [American Gas, AMOCO]
NOX 1051 tank car [National]
NATX 1558 tank car
PDAX 105 [Protex Dispersing Agent]
ROX 603 [Richfield]
SBIX 1664 tank car, with metal straps around long wood barrel
SMX 579 tank car [Mobil Gas]
SRDX 1843 [Sunray Oil Co]
ERDX 10047 reefer
MHAX 1039, 1099 helium tank cars with milti cylinders
URTX 1020, 3306 refrigerator cars
SRLX 8605 Swift Refrigerator Line
ARLX 11522, 936 Armour Refrigerator Line
WCLX 2386 Wilson Car Lines
FHIX 40974, 41232 Fruit Growers Express
FGEX 59904, 1178 refrigerator cars
RBNX 81176 Fruit Growers Express
NX 6580, 3295 [National Car Company]
WFEX 49561 Western Fruit Express refrigerator car
SLRX 6096, 3016 St. Louis Refrigerator Car Company
SRLX 15907, 1098 Swift Refrigerator Line
UTLX 85901, 85913 tank cars
NATX 4753 tank car
DUPX 40058 tank car
Freight ship Jupiter at port
Ship John Ericsson at port
2 photos of Canada Steamship Lines ships under power
Ship Penetang of Canada Steamship Lines
Ship Simcoe of Canada Steamship Lines
Ship Sunoco 4 at dock
Ship Marconi Trader being pushed by two tugboats
Ship Florida with tugboat
2 photograhs of Seneca Knitting Mills
7 sheets of 35 mm color negatives

Box 5: Others v.3

Non-New England Locomotives
New York Central 22, 579, 805, 827, 941, 958, 966, 1020, 1030,
1053, 1169, 1194, 1199, 1291, 1571, 1576, 1591, 2008,
2472, 2737, 2802, 2821, 2824, 2845, 2849, 2856, 2927,
2947, 2973, 2978, 2980, 2982, 3000, 3001, 3008, 3009,
3016, 3027, 3024, 3025, 3034, 3051, 3054, 3061, 4413,
4414, 4450, 4486, 4498, 4500, 4506, 4516, 4522, 4527,
4528, 4541, 4542, 4552, 4553, 4557, 4562, 4587, 4631,
4638, 5742, 8323, 812, 3012,
New York Central diesel locomotives 8247, 8297, 8210
Boston & Albany 1029, 1047,
New York Central & subs freight cars
MDT 9884, 11360 refrigerator cars
UC&DX 100 gondola car
Boston & Albany 25117 freight car
Boston & Albany 50007 box car
NYC 5982 refrigerator car
NYC 6654 milk car
NYC 9437 box car
NYC 19566, 20210 cabooses
NYC 72336, 72393, 100000, 132579, 168729, 169074, 177506,
235606, box cars
Steam locomotive 471
NYC 422901 hopper car
NYC 496000 flat bed car loaded with military vehicles
NYC 499088 depressed flat bed car loaded with a large welded structure
NYC 499554 flat bed car loaded with an old locomotive boiler (?)
NYC 501536, 666044 gondolas
NYC 837996, 881558, 904419, 913078 hopper cars
B&A 50737, 50447 box cars
NYC 106468, 107054, 194155 box cars
MDT 9532, 10336, 13427 box cars
MLKX 118 refrigerator car
Long Island Rail Road electric locomotive 422
Pennsylvania RR freight cars
PRR 58292, 60993, 67669, 79283, 100297, 106394, 107339, 120919 box cars
PRR 128357 cattle car
PRR 178099 hopper car
A dozen loaded hopper cars in a large yard
PRR 220962 hopper car
PRR 571965, 596088 box car
PRR 717125, 730793 hopper cars over unloading pits
Electric locomotive 4892
PRR 29663 box car
GAEX 100091 box car
PRR 250000 hopper car
PRR 569356 box car
Trailer being unloaded from piggyback car
6 photos of parts of PRR hopper car in a museum
PRR locomotives 9491, 9700
PRR 109760 box car at new roundhouse

Box 6: Others v. 4

Ogdensburg & Lake Champlain

Copy of legend for Sanborn fire insurance maps

Copy of pages 14 & 15 for 1892 Sanborn fire insurance map for Ogdensburg

Aerial view of Ogdensburg
Train station at Ogdensburg
4 Aerial views of grain elevators at Ogdensburg
2 views of grain elevators at Ogdensburg
Roundhouse at Ogdensburg
3 photos of Malone train station
4 color photos of Mooers train station
4 recent b & w photos of Malone train station
1 recent color photo of Malone train station
Main Line
Roundhouse at Alburg
Construction of Rutland Canadian RR at Colchester Point 1899
Bristol train station
Proctor train station
4 photos of the Rutland yard
5 color photos near New Haven, incl. RR bridge over a river
3 color photos of New Haven train station
2 color photos of tracks near New Haven train station
3 color photos of the former Bristol railroad station and engine shed
6 color photos tracks and tank cars in Middlebury
4 photos of red structure in Middlebury (?) with tracks in foreground
Old creamery in Middlebury
Rutland diesel locomotive 405 with Pulp Mill bridge in background
Color photos of railroad stations in Shelburne, New Haven and Proctor
Shop in Rutland with diesel locomotive 205
4 photos of tracks with unidentified building
B & R
East Dorset railroad station
Manchester railroad station
North Bennington railroad station
Petersburgh railroad station
Clarendon town hall
Old Brick Church in Clarendon
10 color photos of the station, tracks and structures in Wallingford
4 color photos of the former Danby railroad station and tracks
2 color photos of the Crosby coal yard
Tabor Mountain Marketplace
5 color photos around Danby (?)
14 color photos around the Manchester station
Arlington railroad station
21 color photos of the station, tracks and buildings in N. Bennington
Bellows Falls Branch
Proctorsville railroad station
Chester railroad station
Railroad tracks in Rutland
4 color photos of the Railroad bridge over route 103
4 color photos of the Ludlow railroad station
4 color photos of the Chester railroad station and town hall
VTR at North Bennington
Vermont Railway diesel locomotive 201
North Bennington railroad station with approaching diesel locomotive

Photographs & Negatives (Donated by Phil Jordan)
Two albums of photographs of the Rutland Railroad
Album of photographs of the Rutland Railroad, including two negatives.
Album of photographs of the New York Central Railroad.
Small album of photographs of the Rutland Railroad. Most photographs have negatives taped behind the photographs.

Photographs & Negatives (Donated by Don Boucher)
Album 1 Rutland Railroad Bellows Falls Line
Bellows Falls Line: East Clarendon to Bellows Falls. 81 sleeves, including 3 sleeves with calendars for the Green Mountain Railroad for 1990, 1995 and 1998 and 4 sleeves with calendars for the Vermont Railway for 1999, 2000, 2001 and 2002. The front pocket contains a calendar for the Green Mountain Raillroad for 1992.

Album 2 Rutland Railroad Corkscrew Division
Chatham (Corkscrew) Division: Petersburg Junction to Chatham 46 sleeves, with 1st sleeve containing Jimapco maps of Columbia County and Rensselaer County, NY and a 1993 issue of the National Railway Bulletin, largely devoted to the Corkscrew Division of the Rutland Railroad. One sleeve contains a copy of Stephentown Historical Society’s Bicentennial Album, 1784-1984.

Album 3 Rutland Railroad Bennington Line & Troy Branch
Bennington Line: Clarendon to Bennington and the Troy Branch: White Creek to Johnsonville. 65 sleeves, including 4 sleeves of miscellaneous railroad pictures. Front pocket contains a 1999 calendar published by the Rutland Railroad Historical Society and a print of E. C. Crosby coal and grain structure in Danby.

Album 4 Rutland Railroad: Center Rutland, Whitehall Line, and Rutland City
Center Rutland and the Rutland – Whitehall Line, formerly Delaware & Hudson Railroad, now Clarendon & Pittsford and Vermont Railway 46 sleeves of photographs with handwritten notes, plus 3 maps of the Rutland region in the back pocket and a paperback Rutland Railroad Papers, compiled by George Dutka, in the front pocket.

Album 5 Rutland Railroad: Alburg to Proctor & Addison Branch
94 sleeves

Album 6 Rutland Railroad: Ogdensburg & Lake Champlain RR
Ogdensburg and Lake Champlain Line: Ogdensburg to Rouses Point. 73 sleeves, plus two color prints of railroad structures in Norfolk, NY.

Album 7 Rutland Railroad: Miscellaneous railroad photos and negatives
48 sleeves, including a sleeve of color slides, plus 41 slide sleeves of color negatives.

Photographs & Negatives (Donated by Steve Mumley, May 1, 2004)
Albums of clippings and black & white photographs relating to the following railroads:
Akron, Canton, and Youngstown; Alaska Railroad; Algoma Central and Hudson Bay; Alton & Southern; Ann Arbor Railroad; Atlantic City; Atlantic Coast Line Railroad; Baltimore & Ohio; Boston & Albany; Boston & Maine; British Railways; Canadian Pacific; Carolina, Clinchfield, & Ohio; Central of Georgia; Chicago & Alton [continued by Alton]; Chicago & Northwestern; Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul, and Pacific; Colorado Midland; Connecticut River; Delaware & Hudson; Delaware, Lackawanna, and Western; Illinois Central; Indiana Harbor Belt; Ironton; Kansas City, Mexico & Orient; Kansas City Southern; Lake Shore & Michigan Southern; Lehigh & Hudson River; Lehigh & New England;
Lehigh Valley; Litchfield & Madison; Live Oak; Louisiana & Arkansas; New Haven; New York Central;
New York, New Haven, and Hartford; New York, Ontario and Western; Nickel Plate; Northern Pacific;
Northwestern Pacific; Ogdensburg & Lake Champlain; Oil Creek; Ontario Northland; Oregon & Northwestern; Oregon Railway and Navigation Co.; Pacific Great Eastern; Panama; Portland & Ogdensburg; Rutland; St. Lawrence & Adirondack; Saratoga & Schuylerville; Seward Peninsula; Union Pacific; Vandalia; Vermont Railway; Virginia & Truckee; Virginian; Wabash; Washington and Old Dominion; West Jersey & Seashore; Western Maryland; Western Pacific; Western Railway of Alabama; Wheeling & Lake Erie; White Pass & Yukon; Winchester & Western; Wisconsin Central.

Photographs & Negatives (Donated by Warren Dodgson)
Vol. 1 (green 3-ring binder)
259 4 x 6 color prints of railroad locomotives, cars, etc. from the following railroads:
Adirondack, Alaska, Amtrak, Bangor & Aroostook, Boston & Maine, Burlington, Canadian American, Canadian Government, Central Vermont, Chicago North Shore & Milwaukee, Claremont Concord, Conway Scenic, Delaware & Ulster, LC & M, Maine Central, Montpelier & Barre, Napierville Junction, New England Central, New York Central, Northern Vermont, Penn Central, Rock Island, Rutland, Union Pacific, United States Army

Vol. 2 (brown 3-ring binder)
454 4 x 6 color prints of railroad locomotives, cars, etc. from the following railroads:
Amtrak, Bangor & Aroostook, Boston & Maine, Canadian National, Central Vermont, Conrail, Conway Scenic, GT, Green Mountain, Housatonic, K & L, Lehigh Valley, Maine Central, Montpelier & Barre, Napierville Junction, New England Central, New Haven, NHV, New York Central, NYO & W, Penn Central, Pennsylvania, Pioneer Valley, Rutland, St. Lawrence, Vermont

Vol. 3 (brown 3-ring binder)
331 4 x 6 color prints of railroad locomotives, cars, etc. from the following railroads:
Albany Port, Amtrak, Baltimore & Ohio, Batten Kill, Boston & Maine, Canadian National, Central Vermont, Concord, Conway Scenic, Delaware & Hudson, EBT, GSWR, Green Mountain, Lehigh New England, Montpelier & Barre, New England Central, New Haven, New York Central, Pennsylvania, Reading, Rutland, Western Maryland

23 colored slides taken at Ft. Edward, Mechanicsville, and Proctor

Vol. 4 New England (brown 3-ring binder)
434 4 x 6 color prints of railroad locomotives, cars, etc. from the following railroads:
Amtrak, Baltimore & Ohio, Bangor & Aroostook, Boston & Maine, CPRail, Central Vermont, Conway Scenic, Delaware & Hudson, GT, Green Mountain, Hobo, Lackawanna, Lamoille Valley, Lehigh Valley, Long Island, Macintyre, Maine Central, Rahway Valley, Reading, Rutland, StJ & LC, Susquehanna, Vermont.

Vol. Negatives (black 3-ring binder)

Contains 190 numbered sheets with sleeves of color 35 mm negatives, dating from April 1989 to May 2005.

Box 1

4 x 6 color prints of railroad equipment and structures, grouped by railroad line and then by town along the line:

Steve Mumley’s collection, 5 prints;

Rutland: Bellows Falls Division: Bellows Falls, 81 prints, inc. 4 3 1/2″ x 5″ prints; Riverside, 2 prints; Brockway Mills, 3 prints; Bartonsville, 5 prints; Gassetts. prints; Chester, 10 prints; Talc Siding, 3 prints; Cavendish, 11 prints; Proctorsville, 5 prints; Ludlow, 11 prints; Summit, 1 print;
East Wallingford, 7 prints; Cuttingsville, 2 prints; East Clarendon, 3 prints; Mainline, 41 prints; Centre Rutland, 21 prints; Proctor, 19 prints; Florence, 8 prints; Brandon, 21 prints; Leicester Junction, 32 prints;

Addison Subdivision: Pleasant Brook Crossing, 4 prints; Whiting, 12 prints; Shoreham, 8 prints; Highway #30, 2 prints; Highway #73; 8 prints; Highway #73 at Point, 4 prints; Larrabee’s Point, 53 prints; Middlebury, 22 prints; Bristol Railroad: 24 prints; New Haven, 21 prints; Peck’s Siding, 32 prints; Vergennes, 48 prints; Ferrisburg, 7 prints; North Ferrisburg, 1 print; Charlotte, 6 prints; Shelburne, 19 prints; Burlington, 45 prints; Colchester, 51 prints; South hero, 17 prints; Grand Isle, 17 prints; North Hero, 6 prints; South Alburgh, 32 prints; Alburg Center, 9 prints; Alburgh, 18 prints; Kelly, 12 prints.

Box 2
4 x 6 color prints of railroad equipment and structures, grouped by railroad line and then by town along the line:

O & LC: Rouses Point, 40 prints; Champlain, 6 prints; Perry’s Mill Rd. E., 11 prints; Perry’s Mills, 19 prints; Barcomb Rd. to Thompson, 5 prints; Barcomb Rd. to Mooers, 7 prints;

GTR: 11 prints; Mooers, 41 prints; Mooers Forks, 14 prints; Woods Falls, 5 prints; Irona, 14 prints; Forest, 4 prints; Forest Cut, 26 prints; Dannemora Crossing, 8 prints; Ellenburg Depot, 58 prints; Brandy Brook Cut, 13 prints; Brandy Brook, 8 prints; Bull Run Road Crossing; 5 prints; Clinton Mills Ledges, 9 prints; Clinton Mills, 24 prints; Churubusco Gravel Pit, 10 prints; Churubusco, 30 prints; Lost Nation Road East, 12 prints; Chateaugay, 45 prints; Burke, 24 prints;

NYC Adirondack Div.: 15 prints; Malone Jct., 6 prints; Morton Siding, 27 prints; Malone, 69 prints; Bangor, 16 prints; Bruston, 17 prints; Moira, 65 prints; North Lawrence, 11 prints; Winthrop, 12 prints; Sherman Lumber Co., 4 prints; Knapps, 10 prints; Norwood, 21 prints; Highes Road Town Line, 5 prints; Madrid, 19 prints; Buck Road-Brandy Brook, 3 prints; Lisbon, 44 prints; Ogdensburg, 43 prints; Prescott, 17 prints;

New York Central: 6 prints.

Box 3
4 x 6 color prints of railroad equipment and structures, grouped by railroad line and then by town:

B & R Division: Bennington, 26 prints; Glastonbury Track, 24 prints; North Bennington to Bennington, 14 prints; North Bennington, 45 prints;

White Creek Branch: 11 prints; South Shaftsbury, 1 print; Arlington, 13 prints;
MD & G Railroad: 13 prints; Manchester, 18 prints; North Dorset, 1 print; Davis Siding, 20 prints; Danby, 12 prints; East Dorset, 49 prints; South Wallingford, 3 prints; Wallingford, 11 prints;

Corkscrew Division: Anthony Station, 2 prints; Beehive Crossing, 5 prints; Beehive to Route 95, 30 prints; Petersbury Junction, 5 prints; North Petersburg, 1 print; Petersburg, 3 prints; Berlin, 14 prints; Center Berlin, 1 print; Cherry Plain, 3 prints; Stephentown, 23 prints; New Lebanon, 7 prints; Adams Crossing, 2 prints; Brainard, 30 prints; Riders, 3 prints; Old Chatham, 100 prints, inc. a 2 1/2″ x 3 1/2″ print; Miscellaneous, 41 prints (Jeffersonville, North Underhill, Underhill, Jericho, Essex Center, Winooski Park)

Box 4
4 x 6 color prints of railroad equipment and structures, grouped by railroad line and then by town along the line:

Canadian Pacific, 60 prints;

Clarendon & Pittsford, 53 prints;

Boston & Albany, 11 prints;

Hardwick & Woodbury, 25 prints;

Maine Central, 58 prints, inc. 3 3 1/2″ x 5″ prints;

Washington County, 3 prints; Barre & Chelsea, 12 prints;
Montpelier & Wells River: Montpelier, 4 prints; Plainfield, 11 prints; South Ryegate,
25 prints; Boltonville, 3 prints; Wells River, 4 prints; Lamoille Valley Extension, 13 prints;

St. Johsnbury: Swanton, 15 prints; Sheldon Junction, 4 prints; Fairfield, 1 print; East Fairfield, 3 prints; Cambridge Junction, 5 prints; Johnson, 9 prints; Morrisville, 12 prints; Wolcott, 6 prints;
Hardwick, 6 prints; East Hardwick, 3 prints; Greensborough Bend, 3 prints; Joe’s Pond, 1 print; Danville, 12 prints; St. Johnsbury, 38 prints, inc. a 3 1/2″ x 5″ print;

Saratoga-Champlain Division: 5 prints; Rouse’s Point, 22 prints; Chazy, 2 prints; Scoita, 1 3 1/2″ x 5″ print; West Chazy, 4 prints inc. 2 3 1/2″ x 5″ prints; Plattsburg, 5 prints;

Chateaugay: 10 prints; Willsboro, 2 prints; Red Rocks, 7 prints; Essex, 3 prints; Whallonsburg, 1 print; Westport, 6 prints; Port Henry, 10 prints; Crown Point, 7 prints; Ticonderoga, 7 prints; Whitehall, 11 prints; Ft. Ann, 2 prints; Ft. Edward, 1 print; Saratoga Springs, 1 print; Mechanicville, 6 prints; Green Island, 10 prints; Troy, 4 prints; Waterford, 3 prints, Cohoes, 1 print; Watervliet, 3 prints; Schenectady, 11 prints; Albany, 5 prints;

North Creek Branch: Kings, 3 prints; Corinth, 2 prints; Warrensburg, 12 prints; Riparius, 4 prints; North Creek, 5 prints; Tahawus, 25 prints; Rutland Branch: Whitehall, 2 prints; Fair Haven, 10 prints; Castleton, 12 prints; West Rutland, 21 prints, inc. a 4″ x 4 1/4″ print; Rutland, 1 print;

Washington Branch: Poultney, 20 prints; Middle Granville, 5 prints; Granville, 9 prints; West Pawlet, 10 prints; Rupert, 4 prints; Salem, 12 prints; Shushan, 9 prints; Cambridge, 19 prints; Greenwich, 3 prints; Eagle Bridge, 7 prints;

Susquehanna Division: Schenevus, 8 prints; Worchestershire, 9 prints; Howe’s Cave, 2 prints; Cobleskill, 21 prints.

Box 5
4 x 6 color prints of railroad equipment and structures, grouped by railroad line and then by town along the line:

St. Armand, 5prints;

Central Vermont, Northern Division: Alburgh Springs, 3 prints; East Alburgh, 16 prints;
Swanton, 48 prints; St. Albans, 47 prints; Bellevue Hill, St. Albans, 19 prints; Richford Sub, 83 prints;
Milton, 18 prints; Georgia, 1 print; Essex Junction, 13 prints; Richmond, 7 prints; Waterbury, 16 prints; Middlesex, 4 prints; Montpelier Junction, 8 prints; Northfield, 13 prints; Roxbury, 2 prints; Randolph, 35 prints; Bethel, 4 prints; South Royalton, 11 prints; Royalton, 2 prints; White River Junction, 41 prints; Hartland, 2 prints; Windsor, 13 prints; Claremont Junction, 4 prints;

Clarement & Concord: 8 prints; Charlestown, 16 prints; North Walpole, 10 prints; Bellows Falls, 13 prints;

West River Railroad: 43 prints; Brattleboro, 22 prints;

CV Southern Division: Amherst, 7 prints; Palmer, 22 prints; New England Southern: 8 prints;
West Willington, 1 print; Stafford Springs, 4 prints; Willimantic, 12 prints; Windham, 7 prints; Norwich, 2 prints; New London, 6 prints;

Boston & Maine, 198 prints; unidentified, 9 prints.

Rate Tariffs
Rutland Railroad Company in connection with Boston & Maine Railroad, Central Vermont Railway. Tariff cancellations for wood products, issued April 6, 1906.
Rutland Railroad Company in connection with Boston & Maine Railroad, Central Vermont Railway, New England Steamship Company, and New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad. Joint class rate tariff. Issued October 3, 1907.

Rutland Railroad Company in connection with Boston & Maine Railroad, Central Vermont Railway, New England Steamship Company, and New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad. Joint class rate tariff. Issued October 21, 1907.
Rutland Railroad Company in connection with Boston & Maine Railroad, Delaware & Hudson Company, and West Shore Railroad. Joint Southbound class rate tariff. Issued August 6th, 1903.
Rutland Railroad Company in connection with Boston & Maine R. R., New York Central & Hudson River R. R. Joint Southbound class rate tariff. Issued June 25 th, 1903.
Rutland Railroad Company in connection with Rutland Transit Company, Ogdensburg Line. Joint Westbound rail and lake tariff. Issued April 26, 1907.

Rutland Railroad Local Passenger Tariff and Distance Table, in effect March 1st, 1904.
Rutland Railroad Local and Joint Rail-Motor Passenger Tariff No. 10; Issued 12-1-1942

Record Book of Station Agent Bonds, by station
See Over-sized:                                                                                                                 1896 – 1924

Reorganization
See Over-sized:                                                                                                                      Box 1:May 2, 1938 – July 1, 1940. Includes index in the front
June 18, 1940 -December 28, 1942
Box 2:
March 6, 1941 – December 2, 1943. Includes index in back
June 20, 1944 – October 7, 1948
Box 3:

October 10, 1947 – October 19, 1950. Includes index in the back.

Rolling Stock Repairs
Record book for 1902 – 1922
Record book for 1925 – 1940

Rutland Transportation Corporation
Board of Directors. Synopsis of Minutes 1925-1937, 1951 (photocopies)
Correspondence on location of stock certificate books and transfer records (photocopies)

Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps (photocopies)                      
See Over-sized:                                                                                                                 Alburg; Arlington; Barre; Barton; Barton’s Landing; Beecher Falls; Bellows Falls; Bellows Falls – North Walpole; Bennington; Berlin; Bethel; Bradford; Brandon; Brattleboro; Bristol; Burlington; Cambridge; Center Rutland; Champlain, NY; Charlotte; Chateaugay; Chatham; Chester; Colchester; Danby; East Alburgh; East Dorset; East Wallingford; Enosburg Falls; Essex Junction; Fair Haven; Fairlee; Florence; Gilman; Greensboro Bend; Hardwick; Highgate Spring; Island Pond; Johnson; Johnsonville; Ludlow; Lyndonville; Madrid, NY; Malone, NY; Manchester; Middleburgh, NY; Middlebury; Moira, NY; Monticello, NY; Montpelier; Morrisville; Newfane; North Bennington; North Creek, NY; Northfield; Norwood, NY; Ogdensburg, NY; Old Chatham, NY; Port Jarvis, NY; Poultney;
Proctor; Randolph; Readsboro; Richford; Richmond; Rochester; Roxbury; Rutland; Schoharie; Shelburne; Sheldon Springs; South Londonderry; South Royalton; South Shaftsbury; St. Albans; St. Johnsbury; Swanton; Talcville (Lower Rochester); Vergennes; Wallingford; Waterbury; Wells River;
West Randolph; West Rutland; White River Junction; Windsor; Winooski; Woodstock.

Station Record of Train Movements
See Flat Over-sized Ludlow, Vt.
Jan. 2, 4, 8, 9, 23, 30, 1957
Feb. 1, 1957
Sept. 29, 1958
Oct. 6, 13, 20, 27, 1958

Summit, Vt.
May 15-21, 1941
June 11, 20, 21, 22, 1941
Dec. 2-11, 23-31, 1942
Jan. 1-18, 1943
Feb. 24, 25, 26, 27, 1944
Mar. 11, 1944
Mar 20, 1948

Stock and Bond Certificates (Purchased from dealer Terry Rillihan, August, 2002)
Addison Rail Road Company, 1873.
Albany and Vermont Rail Road Company, 1930
Brattleboro and Whitehall Railroad, First Mortgage Bond, $500, 1879
Central Vermont Railway Company
Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada; Third Preference Stock, 1911
Lebanon Springs Rail Road Company, 1868
Portland & Ogdensbury Railway Fractional Stock Certificate, 1880’s
Rutland & Burlington Rail-Road Co., 1853
Rutland and Noyan Railway Company, $100 share, undated
See Over-sized:                                                                                                                 Rutland and Washington Rail Road Co., $1000, 1850

Rutland Railroad, 1873
Rutland Railroad, 1875

Rutland Railroad, 1886
Rutland Railroad, 1910

Stock Transfer Ledgers (Donated by Bill Badger, 2003)
1924 – 1950 (in map case)

Stockholders
See Over-sized:                                                                                                               Folder of list of stockholders of the Rutland Railroad Company, dated November 25, 1942. 59 pages, plus 3 page recapitulation.
Folder of list of stockholders of the Rutland Railroad Company, dated April 6, 1945. 56 pages, plus 2 page recapitulation.
Folder of list of stockholders of the Rutland Railroad Company, dated April 3, 1946. 49 pages, plus 1 page recapitulation.
Folder of list of stockholders of the Rutland Railroad Company, dated April 7, 1948. 54 pages, plus 1 page recapitulation.

Stockholder Meetings
Folder of annual meeting announcements and proxy voting forms for 1924-1926, 1938-1940.
Folders of correspondence relating to the stockholders meetings for 1921, 1924-1937, 1939-1943, 1945-1948.

Stockholder Records
1886 – 1926

Strike of 1960 (material donated by Steven Mumley, May, 2005)

Folder 1

Letter dated March 29, 1963 to Thomas W. Lynch, Esq. from Clark, Carr & Ellis
Re: Rutland v. Brotherhood Civil #3070

4 p. list of assignments that have been advertised and bid off on the Ogdensburg sub-division after the four operating brotherhoods “withdrew employees represented by them from service of the Rutland Railway Corporation.”

Plaintiffs exhibit #1
Agreement between Rutland Railway Corporation and Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen

Plaintiff’s exhibit #2-A
Agreement between Rutland Railway Corporation and Order of Railway Conductors and
Brakemen.

Plaintiff’s exhibit #3-A
Agreement between Rutland Railway Corporation and Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers.

Plaintiff’s exhibit #4-A
Agreement between Rutland Railway Corporation and Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen
and Enginemen.

Plaintiff’s exhibit #5-A
Ogdensburg Sub-division Train Runs and Assignments Commencing September 17, 1960

Plaintiff’s exhibit #6
Ogdensburg Sub-division Train Runs and Assignment in Effect September 16, 1960

Plaintiff’s exhibit #7
National Railroad Adjustment Board. Rutland Railway Corporation vs. 4 brotherhoods listed

Plaintiff’s exhibit #8
Western Union telegram dated Sep 14, 1960 to W. I. Ginsburg from E. C. Thompson re strike
authorization by the four brotherhoods.

Plaintiff’s exhibit #9
Western Union telegram dated September 14, 1960 to E. C. Thompson, Executive Secretary of the
National Mediation Board from W. I. Ginsburg, President of the Rutland Railway Corp.

Plaintiff’s exhibit #10
List of regular train runs and assigned crews, dated September 1, 1960

Plaintiffs exhibit #11
Packet of legal correspondence relating to the strike, including letters signed by Phil Hoff, telegrams, and copies of newspaper articles.

Folder 2

Packet of various court filings and legal correspondence dated 1961-3. Some forms signed by Phil Hoff

Reply brief of planitiffs Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Railway Labor Executives
Association, in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio Eastern Division.
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Railway Labor Executives’ Association, plaintiffs, v.
United States of America, and Interstate Commerce Commission, defendants. No. C 63-55

Statement in opposition to motion for leave to amend answer, and reply brief, of intervening
defendant Rutland Railway Corporation, in the United States District Court for the Northern
District of Ohio Eastern Division. Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Railway Labor
Executives’ Association, plaintiffs, v. United States of America and Interstate Commerce
Commission, defendants, civil action no. C63-55.

Reply memorandum on behalf of intervening defendant Penick & Ford, Ltd., Incorporated, in
the United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio Eastern Division. Brotherhood
of Locomotive Engineers and Railway Labor Executives’ Association, plaintiffs, v. United States
of America and Interstate Commerce Commission and Rutland Railway Corporation, State of
Vermont, Penick & Ford, Ltd., Incorporated. Civil Action no. C63-55.

Memorandum on behalf of intervening defendant, Penick & Ford, Ltd., Incorporated, in
the United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio Eastern Division. Brotherhood
of Locomotive Engineers and Railway Labor Executives’ Association, plaintiffs, v. United States
of America and Interstate Commerce Commission and Rutland Railway Corporation, State of
Vermont, Penick & Ford, Ltd., Incorporated. Civil Action no. C63-55.

See Over-sized:                                                                                                                   Reply brief of the Interstate Commerce Commission in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio Eastern Division. Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Railway Labor Executives’ Association, plaintiffs, v. United States of America and Interstate Commerce Commission, defendants. Civil Action no. C63-55.

Agreement dated June 28, 1963 between Rutland Railway Corporation and Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen, Order of Railway Conductors and Brakemen, and Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen. 3 p.

Agreement dated June 28, 1963 between Rutland Railway Corporation, Railway Labor Executives’ Association and about 15 labor unions. 6 p.

Transcript of depositions of William I. Ginsburg and John W. Lovett taken by the defendants
on Monday, October 17, 1960…at the offices of Ryan, Smith Carbine, Esqs. 86 p.

Packet of rebuttals and exhibits of employees, with cover letter from Clark, Carr & Ellis, dated March 9, 1962.

Folder 3

Request for an injunction filed in the United States District Court, District of Vermont. Filed
9-26-60 by the Rutland Railway Corporation, plaintiff, v. four unions named. Civil action no. 3070.

Petition for writ of certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1961. Thomas M. Debevoise, Attorney General of the State of Vermont, and State of Vermont, respondents v. Rutland Railway Corporation, Petitioner.

Brief of appellee Rutland Railway Corporation. United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.
Civil action no. 26721. Thomas M. Debevoise, Attorney General of the State of Vermont, and State of Vermont, appellants, v. Rutland Railway Corporation, appellee. On appeal from the United States
District Court for the District of Vermont.

Brief for appellants and appendix. Civil action no. 26721. United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. Thomas M. Debevoise, Attorney General of the State of Vermont, and State of Vermont, appellants, v. Rutland Railway Corporation, appellee. On appeal from the United States District Court for the District of Vermont.

Brief of appellee Rutland Railway Corporation. United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.
No. 26,760. Rutland Railway Corporation, plaintiff-appellee v. Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, et al., defendant-appellants, on appeal from the United States District Court for the District of Vermont. United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. No. 259 – September term, 1961. (Argued March 8, 1962; Decided June 18, 1962) Docket No. 26760. Rutland Railway Corporation, plaintiff-appellee, v. Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, et al., defendants-appellants.

Petition for a writ of certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1962. Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, et al., petitioners, v. Rutland Railway Corporation, respondent.

Appendix to petition for a writ of certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1962. Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, et al., petitioners, v. Rutland Railway Corporation, respondent.

Brief of Appellants Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers et al. United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. No. 26,760. Rutland Railway Corporation, plaintiff-appellee, v. Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, et al., defendants-appellants. On appeal from the United States District Court for the District of Vermont.

Federal Supplement. vol. 188 no. 6 January 16, 1961 Includes Rutland Railway Corporation v. Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, p. 721+.

Petition for writ of certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. In the Supreme Court of the United States. October term, 1961. Thomas M. Debevoise, Attorney General of the State of Vermont, and State of Vermont, respondents, v. Rutland Railway Corporation, petitioner.

Appendix of appellee Rutland Railway Corporation. United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. no. 26,760. Rutland Railway Corporation, plaintiff-appellee v. Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, et al., defendants-appellants. On appeal from the United States District Court for the District of Vermont.

Typed transcript of court case in the United States District Court for the District of Vermont. Rutland Railway Corporation vs The Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, et al. Civil Action case no. 3070. Includes tabs to mark the beginning of testimony of each witness.

Telegrams
Dec. 3, 1900 – March 16, 1901

Timetables
Schedule of Inbound Troop Trains Into Northern New York Area. August 4, 5, 6, and 10, 1940

Train and Watch Registers
July 18, 1954 – Oct. 23, 1954 (Donated by Warren Dodgson, September 2005)
May 9, 1955 – Aug. 17, 1955 (Donated by Warren Dodgson, September, 2005)
Aug. 6, 1961 – Sept. 21, 1961, June 10, 1964 – August 20, 1964 (Donated by David Shaun, May 2006)

Treasurer’s Office, Correspondence
1896 – 1897


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American Railroad Journal, 1832-1900
Annual Report on the Statistics of Railways in the United States… Washington, DC: U. S.
Government Printing Office.
Government Documents Locked IC Iste 1: 1888, 1908-1920
Government Documents IC Iste 1: 1921-1948

Bjorkman, Thomas A. “Rutland Railway.” MBA thesis New York U., 1964.
Vermont Collection HE2791 .R949 B6 1964

“Green Mountain Gateway: A Short History of the Rutland Railroad.” National Railway Bulletin 69.1 (2004): 5-39.

Historical Narrative Showing Corporate Development and Preliminary Historical Audit (1954) of the Rutland Railway Corporation. n. p., n. d.
Vermont Collection HE2791.R949 A4 1954

Jones, Robert C. Railroads of Vermont. 2 vols. Shelburne, VT: New England Press, 1993.
Vermont Collection TF24 V5 J66 1993

Jordan, Philip R. Rutland in Color. Scotch Plains, NJ: Morning Sun Books, c2003.
Vermont Collection TF25 R87 J67 2003

Navin, William E. Vermont in 1843 — and the Rutland R. R.: a centenary address.
Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1943.
Vermont Collection F53 .N3 1943

Nimke, R. W. The Rutland: Arrivals and Departures: Train Schedules, 1901-1961.
Walpole, NH: R. W. Nimke, c1990.
Vermont Collection Oversize HE2791 R949 N548 1990

Nimke, R. W. The Rutland: Betterments, Statistics, Traffic, Equipment, Plans, Structures, Fixtures. Walpole, NH: R. W. Nimke, c1989
Vermont Collection TF25 R87 N56 1989

Nimke, R. W. Rutland Railroad Side Track Diagram: December 1, 1934: Also Shows Locations
of Stations, Freight Houses, Industries, Turntables, Siding Capacities, etc.

Walpole, NH: R. Nimke, 1986.
Vermont Collection Oversize TF25 R87 N556 1986

Nimke, R. W. The Rutland: 60 Years of Trying. 9 vols. Walpole, NH: R. W. Nimke,
Vermont Collection TF25 R87 N55 1987

Nimke, R. W. The Rutland: Spurs and Siding. Walpole, NH: R. W. Nimke, c1991.
Vermont Collection Oversize TF25 R87 N57 1991

Rutland Newsliner. Rutland Railroad Historical Society. 1987-
Vermont Collection Periodicals AP2 R88

Shaughnessy, Jim. Rutland Road. 2nd ed. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 1997.
Vermont Collection HE2791 R949 S5 1997

Smith, Robert David. Cost problems of the Rutland Railroad and its successors from–1937 to 1968: a dissertation.
Vermont Collection HE2791 .R949 S65 1970a

Vermont. Board of Railroad Commissioners. Biennial report of the Board of Railroad Commissioners of the State of Vermont.
Vermont Collection Locked HE2771 .V5 V45 1888-1902
Vermont Collection HE2771 .V5 V45 1902-08
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