An interesting collection of equipment occupies the VIA passenger yard at Toronto in September 1981. In addition to the Turbo Train in banana yellow, we have an Ontario Northland Northlander train... (more)
Even After 45 Years, I Still Have a Lot of Great Memories of This DayAlmost immediately after it took over passenger train operations from the private railroads In 1971, Amtrak sent... (more)
The Wienermobile Visits FullertonOn a gloomy day in August, a United Aircraft TurboTrain accellerated out of Fullerton, California, as it headed to San Diego. Built by United Aircr... (more)
Bill Clynes photo. Bill road with son Tom from Boston to Providence.
A Roger Puta Photograph
A Budd-Westinghouse MU car leads a southbound train past the classic Deepwater Green Penn Central station sign at 100 mph.
Metroliners usually ran with 4 car sets, but holiday traffic has some trains running with 6 car sets, as seen here, minutes before arriving at Penn Station in New York City.
An observant couple, wearing the bell-bottom style pants of the day, is waiting on the next southbound train as a northbound Metroliner kicks up a dust storm. Car 887 was built by Budd with GE eq... (more)
The German ICE Train is visiting the USA, passing the classic old PRR position-light and dwarf signals at CP ROY.
A northbound (railroad westbound) Rohr Turboliner approaching the Crugers Station. Date is approximate.
A northbound Metroliner rips by the junction with the Delmarva Secondary. Lead car no. 885 was eventually rebuilt into coach no. 44556.
Amtrak's X2000 heads north towards New York, rolling past the Sunoco refinery at Marcus Hook, Pa. Next stop is Philadelphia.
The classiest profile in railroading in late 1965 was still Santa Fe’s four Warbonnet-wearing E6As. Built by EMC in the early years of World War II, by the mid-1960s they were assigned to service ... (more)