I loved the L&N's dual-purpose (passenger and freight) GP7s in their original paint scheme. Although it was normally all-Alco territory, a January 31st, 1965 visit to the engine facility at Loyall... (more)
Caney Fork & Western #106 & #105 head up the 25 car train as it passes the Summitville Grain Feed
IAIS #325 enters the UP yard in Council Bluffs with a short train of double stack cars and a single piggyback car.
On a fine October afternoon in 1965, Missouri Pacific GP7’s 186 and 221, both dressed in the classic blue and gray Eagle passenger scheme, hustle15 cars and a caboose east from Herrington, Kansas,... (more)
The Con Agra Feed Mill in Gainesville, Ga glows on a nasty, wet night as the night's rain begins to seize and the ever-thick cloud cover slowly breaks apart. All is quiet in this neck of the woods... (more)
A pair of ex-Rock Island GP7's bring the Clyman Junction way freight over an unusual low-clearance bridge in Johnson Creek. Watch your head!
Crossing US Highway 6 on the east side of Council Bluffs, IA.
Railroad Enthusiasts Excursion. A Roger Puta Photograph
A Roger Puta Photograph
Power for the Butler/Madison train 569 waits for its crew at the Butler Engine House.
Con Agra's remote control GP7 is seen working in front of the feed mill in Gainesville, Georgia on a crystal clear April afternoon.
All red but very eclectic.
Local power at Corwith Yard.