Seldom-seen on the old PRR Main Line west of Lancaster were manifest freights, but here's one on a Saturday morning, less than a month before the inception of Conrail. The train is eastbound, app... (more)
A PRR High-Cube boxcar trails an E-44 eastbound, probably heading to an auto assembly plant in Delaware or New Jersey. The 110288 was built by Pullman-Standard in 1964-65 as part of PRR series 11... (more)
At the time of this photograph this was a Conrail commuter train. It was steam heated and used old streamliner coaches. The FL9 was painted in New York MTA's blue and white scheme.
The Afternoon Congressional. A Roger Puta photograph.
A crumpled Penn Central boxcar is being transported without its trucks atop a flatcar, perhaps on its way to the Sam Rea Shops in Hollidaysburg. I think this might be a PC class X43F boxcar, rebu... (more)
Southbound PC train Findlay
A never-to-be-repeated stockyard run, as seen from the north side of the westbound high-level platform at Lancaster; Kodak TRI-X Pan film. The Lancaster stockyards were second only to Chicago's i... (more)
"Old Rivets" No. 4800 with Train EB-4 (Enola to Baltimore) is waiting right behind another Penn Central freight for westbound traffic to clear. I remember the 4800's engineer commenting... (more)
PC 9937 on the Water Rack by Buffalo Central Terminal
The PC 4421 East exits Enola Yard, as my two train-watching buddies get a close look. The grade crossing at this location is now closed. No. 4421 was built by General Electric for the PRR in Sep... (more)
The new and old at Enola; a 5-year old GP38 leads a 23-year old GP7 into the yard. This was a day when three young railfans parked by the yard office, asked the secretaries inside if we could see... (more)
A Roger Puta photograph.
The train is Empire Service Train 71 arriving. A Roger Puta photograph.
Crowd is waiting for NKP 759. A Roger Puta photograph.