Kris Vermont Railway Boxcars

Vermont Railway is a short line in Vermont and eastern New York, operating over much of the former Rutland Railroad trackage. Variations noted are from the Kris Model Trains chapter of Greenberg's Guide to Kusan Trains.

Kris Vermont Railway 269 boxcar with boxcar red doors

Variation (A) in Greenberg's. Photo and description courtesy of the B. Batt collection.


Kris Vermont Railway 269 boxcar with white doors

Variation not in Greenberg's. Photo and description courtesy of the B. Batt collection.


Kris Vermont Railway 269 dark green boxcar comparison

Comparison of two Greenberg's variation (B) Vermont Railway 269 boxcars. Common characteristics: dark green; white lettering; sliding dark green panel doors; full ladders. Differences: upper car has "CLOSE AND LOCK DOOR BEFORE MOVING CAR;" small mountain logo; no built date. Lower car has a large mountain logo and built date on the lower right. Photo courtesy of the Blue Room collection.


Kris Vermont Railway 269 glossy green boxcar

Vermont Railway 269 boxcar; glossy green; white lettering and large mountain logo; sliding glossy green panel doors; full ladders. Variation (C) in Greenberg's. Photo courtesy of the G. Clarke collection.

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