The main road freights: 324 (SB) generally departs St. Albans for Brattleboro overnight Sun- Thurs, where they become 611 (turn job to Palmer). They're through WRJ in the wee hours, and are generally through Cornish/Balloch, NH before 6am. The 611 return usually occurs early afternoon, with 323 (NB) departing Bratt Monday-Friday evenings. They seem to be out of Bratt before 8pm and into WRJ somewhere around 10pm, getting up to St. Albans in the wee hours.
They still run the 500 woodchip train to Burlington, but on an as needed basis in the summer. From what I see from posts elsewhere indicates that it is generally a M-F operation, OD at St. Albans about 9am.
Avatar: NHV 669 at the south end of the "Pompy" in White River Jct., VT on 4/29/1993. Photo by Richard Roberg.