First light of the morning shines on a brightly colored pair of Carolina Coastal Railway engines as they have brought their cut of cars into Chocowinity around 8:30am. They are switching around s... (more)
Perhaps the most iconic shot of the Carolina Coastal Railway is train 119's morning run over the Pamlico River. They are coming back across after doing some work in Chocowinity and are heading up... (more)
After bringing their train to the interchange in Chocowinity, the crew of CLNA 119 brings their load into Pinetown. They have cut away from the other 4 cars and will be bringing this single cente... (more)
Sunday means a day of rest for the workhorses of the Carolina Coastal Railway. They are ready for an early start on Monday morning as this power set will bring train 120 into Chocowinity for thei... (more)
Camp Chase's trio of Geeps roll across Big Darby Creek on a sunny March morning.
IBCX 7225 pauses on the Ardent Mills lead for blue flag protection to be removed.
IBCX 7076 and IBCX 7225 trundle across I270 on Columbus' west side the morning after an early March "snowfall".
A Kodachrome. A Roger Puta Photograph
A GTW GP9R and an EJ&E SD38-2 lead local R980 east on the former EJ&E railway
IBCX 7042 and a cut of boxcars for the Columbus Dispatch wait on the main as conductor Brenden Keener protects the shove into Royal Paper.
Two of Camp Chase's GP9Rs and a buffer car wait for NS178 to clear track 1 before getting track time to head west to Buckeye Yard where a cut of hazmat tankers await pickup.
IBCX 7042 and 7225 work Ardent Mills on a warm, late October afternoon on Columbus' west side.
Camp Chase conductor Brenden Keener brings IBCX 7076 towards the Columbus Dispatch warehouse the morning after central Ohio's first snowfall of December 2016.
GTW GP9R 4623 leads the Walker local south past the intermediate signal at Renwick Rd in Plainfield.