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The following timeline spans the prosperous years of the railroad in Vermont.
In the 1880s, the "White Mountain Express" began operation from Burlington to the White Mountains.
The site is now occupied by Saint Anne’s Shrine (, a popular pilgrimage destination featuring daily outdoor masses in summer and a granite statue of the explorer Samuel de Champlain, for whom the lake is named.
Continuing south on US-2, the town of North Hero (pop.
During the 1890s, the CVR employed 25 Hungarian immigrants to erect woven wire fencing along their rail lines.
2,326) ambitiously claims to be “The Beauty Spot of Vermont.” A well-marked turn leads to tiny Grand Isle State Park (802/372-4300), on the shores of the lake, where there’s a nice campground.
On April 25, 1926, the "New Englander" began operation.
On May 17, 1926, a special excursion train called the "Maple Sugar" began operation.
this summer only operation train was in service until 1925.
In 1891, the Burlington & Rutland Railroad and the CVR jointly operated the "Green Mountain Flyer," a that passed through Vermont between New York City and Montreal.