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.
After rush hour... The sun is setting and most commuters have boarded and are on their way home. The maddening flow of traffic has come to a trickle by 7:30 PM at the upper deck of Philadelphia's... (more)
A Roger Puta Photograph
The Mitchell Engine House was built in 1906 by the Duluth, Missabe & Northern Railroad for the sole purpose of servicing the steam locomotives being used at the time to move ore from Minnesota's I... (more)
A classic Norfolk and Western Color Position signal is on borrowed time as it's PTC-mandated replacement looms nearby. These infamous sentinels are falling quickly on the Norfolk Southern's Pulask... (more)
A BNSF intermodal struggles up the grade as a mixed freight coasts down the grade at sunset.
An almost full moon shines through the clouds, back lighting a signal head at CP Haydock just south of Concord, NC.
The GRS type-D; once a common sight along the former Southern Railway. Now on a select few remain. Three different aspects are visible in this exposure. These have since been removed.
All reds are shown on the Norfolk & Western era cantilever at Webster, indicating no trains on the Blue Ridge District on this tranquil May night.