OVRR 1306 sits idle in the Mexico industrial park with the railroads other GP9 after a day of servicing it's customers in Mexico, Mo
CNW 4154 is switching on Jones Island in Milwaukee under the watchful eye of the E.M. Ford. The Ford is an amazing 97 years old in this shot, being built in 1898. It was finally sold for scrap in ... (more)
HRRC 22 sits quietly on a siding at the HRRC Shops in Canaan, CT. The GP7u sports the paint scheme of the Bangor & Aroostook Railroad, just one of its former owners. The unit started off as ATSF 2... (more)
Clinchfield management eventually determined their motive power pulled the same tonnage, clean or filthy, so they didn't spend much time washing their fleet. The extremes of the latter are shown h... (more)
Indiana and Ohio GP7 #54 (ex-B&O 5619) rusts away at the Keynes Brothers Elevator in Jeffersonville, Ohio as the Washington Court House turn works south with a former SP SD40-2T on point. This is... (more)
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