Passenger train from St. Ives toward St. Erth. On this sunny weekend a lot of passengers use these trains for the trip to the beaches. In the background the beach and the lovely village St. Ives
Armed with information from one of the crew members, that the 5399 would be working on this beautiful summer day, I made a 4 hour trip to Lebanon, Oregon. A great day was spent following the tra... (more)
Almost an hour after receiving a go-ahead to depart Livingston, a loaded BNSF grain shows itself a mile before the highest point of its grade. The prime movers can be heard at full throttle in the... (more)
Passenger train from Penzance toward London Paddington leaves the station Par with semaphore signals
A Roger Puta Photograph
As it nears the peak of its trip over the Continental Divide, a BNSF manifest passes over the last of two tall trestles on the MRL's Mullan Pass.
Beautiful place on the bridge for train watching: Passenger train Penzance - London Paddington in the station Par with semaphore signals in the morning sun. The bridge you see on #586705
The units were: SD40-2s 3176, 3486, and 3537 plus DDAX40 6931. A Roger Puta Photograph
One for the birds... A southbound Acela express shoots across the Appongaug Cove in the tiny town of Warwick. This location was featured once on the cover of a national Amtrak timetable.
One for the birds... A northbound Acela express shoots across the Appongaug Cove in the tiny town of Warwick. This location was featured once on the cover of a national Amtrak timetable.
A southbound regional passenger train sprints across the Appongaug Cove in the quaint town of Warwick.