Video #3 is actually two parts - the majority of the first half of the video shows lots of switching in Palmer and Willimantic, and then shifts to a ride in the caboose up the Richford Branch. (The second half of volume #3 is a cab ride on the Willimantic sub in Connecticut).
I was going through some boxes a couple of weeks ago and came across the DVD - which I haven't looked at in a number of years. I went ahead and popped it into the DVD player to see if there was anything useful to me. In short, there was. I did a few "screen captures" with my iphone - they actually turned out fairly decent - considering this was a DVD remastered from a VHS that was itself sourced from a handheld 8mm camera on a caboose that was bouncing around quite a bit. I've mentioned the Richford plywood plant (which burned in 1954) quite a bit - this is the only color image of that plant I've seen, ever...
|Atlas Plywood in Richford, shortly before it burned to the ground in October 1954.|
|Approach into the CV's Richford Yard|
|Another "only time I've seen a photo of ..." - the HP Hood Creamery in Richford.|
|In Enosburg Falls, that's a coal dealer shed in the right foreground.|
|Enosburg Falls - note how tight this area was. Basically east of Main Street, West of Plesant Street. Feed mill, with a "Wirthmore Feeds" sign atop the roof barely visible to the left.|
|Video features switching the Condensed Milk Plant at Enosburg (the gray building with all the windows). Pulling (above) and setting out new cars (below). Interesting this sequence shows CV milk cars - and B&M cars.|