A full moon and a classic Southern Railway signal bridge faithfully watch over the Charlotte District sometime after 3am as a southbound diverges onto track one at Haydock on a peaceful April nigh... (more)
A westbound freight descends the famed Blue Ridge Grade on the former Norfolk & Western Blue Ridge district, passing the namesake hamlet of Blue Ridge, Virginia just before sunrise on a tranquil M... (more)
The old railway station at McAdam, New Brunswick is looking pretty good on a beautiful Summer afternoon. Behind the station, out of view, some upgrades are being done to the roof by some workers.
An overhead view of Iowa Northern's Bryant Yard with a variety of equipment scattered about. In the upper right are a pair of ex-Rock Island E's bought by the IANR and painted by MAC in KC. Curren... (more)
Deluxe Amenities! One of two Chicago-Valparaiso evening commuter trains (referred to as "The Dummies" by the railroad crews) makes a station stop at Hobart during the Penn Central to Conrail trans... (more)
Interior of diner on CN 144, the Bonaventure (Ottawa Section). A Roger Puta Photograph
As the new World Trade Center rises in the background, a Lehigh Valley tug that's mostly hidden behind the second car eases a loaded carfloat into the railroad's Jersey City float bridge. Rail mar... (more)
This CPR track maintenance crew was using every bit of available track time to gather up old ties and pile them up at Spences Bridge. This truck is deceptively powerful and able to move along at ... (more)
Happy Independence Day from the Raton Subdivision!
Protecting the north end of Brechin East, this dwarf signal stands on guard while CN Q115 blasts on through with a pair of C40-8M's.
It's a clear summer night and the RTC in Toronto has set up a meet at Brechin East with southward train Q102 taking the siding for northbound M329.
Click, click, click, click, click.... click. Click.
Amtrak's venerable "Solari Board", installed in the early 1980's, cycles through train departure and arrival times displayed on rota... (more)
The cavernous interior of Philadelphia's 30th Street Station - looking east. The stairs lead to subterranean tracks below serviced by both Amtrak and NJT. The right, the food court and to the fa... (more)
The cavernous interior of Philadelphia's 30th Street Station - looking west. Note the Michael the Arch Angel WWII memorial statue to the right.
Philadelphia's 30th Street Station, along side the Cira Center office complex which was built 76 years later, in 2009. Each lit up in a way reflecting the period they were built.