Here is something you don't expect to see in the Arizona desert. Two former Delaware and Hudson Alco PA1s sit on flat cars at the west end of the Union Pacific's Tucson Yard. Photo taken with per... (more)
Doyle McCormack's beautifully restored Nickel Plate PA1 actually began life as a Santa Fe unit, then served under the Delaware & Hudson and the NdeM. She is now proud blue and white (with table an... (more)
In the first days of a new assignment, Delaware & Hudson PA 18 pulls out of Boston's South Station with an MBTA commuter train bound for Framingham, as one of the MBTA's ex-PRR E8s looks on. The f... (more)
The classic flat face of Delaware & Hudson PA 18 looks out from an unfamiliar location, Boston's South Station, as sister 16 lurks in the background. The big Alcos had just begun a new assignment ... (more)
Delaware & Hudson PA 19 waits at the old Albany Union Station along with a baggage/mail car and diner/lounge. When the Penn Central connection arrives from New York, its through coaches will be ad... (more)
Southbound "Laurentian" waiting to depart
A Roger Puta Photograph
One of the four ALCO PA1 in D&H dress rests beside the south station after the work is done for this day
NKP PA1 poses at Barber Junction Station during the Streamliner's night photo session.
A UP mail train pulled by a set of Alco PA's.
NKP 190, an ALCO PA-1 was built during March 1948 for the NYC&STL, better known as the Nickel Plate Road. Doyle McCormack's dad worked for this railroad, and this locomotive was the first diesel D... (more)
ALCO PA1 #190 sports its classy blue and white Nickel Plate livery as it poses at Barber Junction during Streamliners.
D6H PA1 17 arrives Bostons South station with the last sun rays
Many photographers were having exposure difficulty with brilliantly painted PA1 at the "Streamliners at Spencer" night photo shoot, especially while trying to compensate for a black loco... (more)