CSTM/CN002084
            The principal daytime passenger service on the CVR was the Ambassador, which
            originally travelled between Montreal and Boston. Later, at White River Junction, the
            train divided into two sections: one bound for New York City, the other bound for
            Boston. By the 1960s, service to Boston had been reduced to a diesel rail car from White
            River Junction. Here, the southbound train leaving St Albans in 1941 is pulled by U-1a
            4-8-2 601. The station and the adjacent headquarters building show the results of
            various architectural changes.

CSTM/CN002084
The principal daytime passenger service on the CVR was the Ambassador, which originally travelled between Montreal and Boston. Later, at White River Junction, the train divided into two sections: one bound for New York City, the other bound for Boston. By the 1960s, service to Boston had been reduced to a diesel rail car from White River Junction. Here, the southbound train leaving St Albans in 1941 is pulled by U-1a 4-8-2 601. The station and the adjacent headquarters building show the results of various architectural changes.



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