Santa Fe #1 the San Francisco Chief is about to arrive at Joliet Union Station.
Burlington Northern EMD F45 No. 6613 sits on the wye at the locomotive facility at Chicago & North Western’s yard in Butler, Wisconsin, in January 1984. This cowl was Great Northern No. 440, the r... (more)
Although we were hoping for a warbonnet on the point of the 199 train in Franklin Canyon, a freshly-painted F45 was okay.
The December, 1986 New York, Susquehanna & Western inspection train rolls eastward over the Moodna Viaduct on its return trip to Little Ferry.
A Susquehanna inspection train with a newly-painted F45 departs the remnants of the one-time New Haven yard in Maybrook, New York. The train was run for dignitaries to see the newly reopened line ... (more)
Former Santa Fe EMD F45 No. 5972 leads a Fox Valley & Western freight picking up cars at Chicago & North Western’s Butler Yard in Wisconsin on January 1, 1995. FV&W was a “paper railroad” operated... (more)
Utah Railway F45 6606 stands in the road’s yard in Martin, Utah. It appears to have a severe case of runny paint, or more likely, has blown oil all over its roof.
A pair of Utah Railway’s F45’s, purchased from the Burlington Northern, idle in the yard at Martin, Utah. Unfortunately, I never had the opportunity to see these units pulling freight.
Soon after the New York, Susquehanna & Western revitalized its main line to Sparta Junction, New Jersey, and also rejuvenated the newly-acquired former L&HR mainline between Sparta Junction and th... (more)
It always made for a great day to catch an F45 leading. Today it was an F45, C30-7, and another F45 sporting the red and yellow paint scheme.
A Roger Puta Photograph
Mid-Train Helpers. A Roger Puta Photograph