A Roger Puta Photograph
The Silver Comet and to the left The Silver Star A Roger Puta Photograph
The "Palmetto" passing one of the really nice towers RF&P built many years ago and apparently abandoned almost immediately.
CSXT GP40-2 #6925 along with sister power sits at the CSX shops in Richmond, Virginia.
Amtrak P42 #11 blasts through CSX ACCA yard with the Palmetto in tow. One of the new viewliner baggage cars can be seen in phase III paint.
One of the many scenic Richmond shots has to be this one for sure!
Looking east out the Richmond Viaduct, 100 loads of coal, along with 90 loaded grain cars, head toward Fulton Yard where they w... (more)
CSX ethanol train K48810 rolls westbound along the CSX Rivanna Subdivision at Brown's Island.
A mixed bag of locomotives and MOW equipment sits beside the CSX shops in Richmond, Virginia.
Most likely withdrawn from service by this date, three of RF&P’s four GP7’s stand near the Bryan Park shops. Parts from all four were later used to create a single GP7, numbered 101 and painted in... (more)
The units left to right were 1203 a FP7, 124 a GP35, and 1009 an E8.
Photo by Roger Puta.
To the untrained eye, this may look like a disaster. A moving locomotive with no occupant, but to those of us who know, it's a rather cool operation to see. A man standing on the ground hundreds o... (more)
The Worlds Longest Passenger Train rolls out of Richmond in style down the I-195 corridor with a trio of units rolling out the exhaust after upgrading to a clear signal.
B&O>CSX in the dying light.
Northbound BNSF coal empty passing through Larkspur
CSX power move X786 with CSXT engine 5242 in the lead prepares to push CSXT engine 345 with a locked axle to Bryan Park Shops.