Pride train visits White River Junction

Upper Valley residents gather to welcome Amtrak's Vermonter passenger train during its stop at the White River Junction, Vt., Amtrak Station during the Pride Whistlestop Tour on Saturday, June 8, 2024. About 15 people, including from left, Heather Somers, her son Charlie Person-Somers, 2, of Wilder, Gabriel Quirk, of White River Junction, Arturo Ramos and his American Staffordshire terrier Stevie Nicks, of Hartland, and Joie Finley, of Hartland, joined others at the ten stations from St. Albans to Brattleboro to cheer in support of the LGBTQ+ community as the train made its way south. (Valley News - James M. Patterson) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to permission@vnews.com.

Upper Valley residents gather to welcome Amtrak's Vermonter passenger train during its stop at the White River Junction, Vt., Amtrak Station during the Pride Whistlestop Tour on Saturday, June 8, 2024. About 15 people, including from left, Heather Somers, her son Charlie Person-Somers, 2, of Wilder, Gabriel Quirk, of White River Junction, Arturo Ramos and his American Staffordshire terrier Stevie Nicks, of Hartland, and Joie Finley, of Hartland, joined others at the ten stations from St. Albans to Brattleboro to cheer in support of the LGBTQ+ community as the train made its way south. (Valley News - James M. Patterson) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to permission@vnews.com. Valley News – James M. Patterson

Published: 06-10-2024 3:21 PM

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — Upper Valley residents gathered to welcome Amtrak’s Vermonter passenger train during its stop at the White River Junction Amtrak Station during the Pride Whistlestop Tour on Saturday.

About 15 people, including from left, Heather Somers, her son Charlie Person-Somers, 2, of Wilder, Gabriel Quirk, of White River Junction, Arturo Ramos and his American Staffordshire terrier Stevie Nicks, of Hartland, and Joie Finley, of Hartland, joined others at the 10 stations from St. Albans to Brattleboro to cheer in support of the LGBTQ+ community as the train made its way south.

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