Since my newish car quite probably got to Davisville with the assistance of 206, it seemed meet and right that it should get west under its own power. 09-19-2013 was the day. Except for some G&W and VRS transmissions and some few transmissions while passing Deerfield, the radio was quite quiet (Amazing: no transposed letters!). Despite the ground fog, a glance across the river in Charlemont just before 0820 showed a WB. It tripped the 410.9 talker at 0831 and got a no defects for 314 axles and 4291' at 0833. NS 3471 and OldPaint 353 were hauling EDRJ at a steady (no rocking and rolling railroading here) 30 MPH (Per my speedometer and probably the 3471's, too). Up at East Portal, the speed had slowed, and the power plus 75 cars were inside the mountain at 0850. There was a substantial block of tanks placarded 3275 ("Nitriles, Toxic, Flammable, NOS"), some sodium hydroxide tanks, but no slurries. The container at the fishing parking lot area was still there, as was the container further east near the Deerfield River bridge. There seemed little else visible of note.
"A gray crossover is definitely not company transportation."