A Roger Puta Photograph
An eastbound Erie Lackawanna freight off the Delaware Division approaches the yard at Port Jervis, NY, behind an F7/F3B duo. Lead unit 6114 seems to have lost its nose logo somewhere along the way... (more)
Burlington Northern F7A No. 732—a former Northern Pacific locomotive—is one of six BN F units stored at Denver’s stockyards for a time in the mid-1980s.
Royal Gorge Route F7(A) CRRX 402, running alongside the Arkansas River
Royal Gorge Route F7(A) CRRX 402, running alongside the Arkansas River, as seen from the Royal Gorge suspension bridge
Santa Fe’s all-Pullman Super Chief winds around the horseshoe curve at Blanchard, N.M. en route to its climb over Raton Pass to get out of New Mexico and dash on to Chicago. Five F units were lea... (more)
A Rock Island F7A leads a pair of bilevel commuter coaches west toward Joliet. Note the 1930s-era "Capone" coaches in the background that were in use until the railroad's demise. Tom G... (more)
When Washington Central painted their F units in Yakima for service on the Renton dinner train, Keith Ardinger arranged a photo freight on WCRC before the units were shipped west. The train opera... (more)
955 thunders its way towards Salem.
Norfolk Southern's Office Car Special makes an early morning run through Chillicothe, Ohio on the N&W Columbus District. The train left Bellevue, Ohio with a destination of Bluefield, W. Va. where... (more)
The West Virginian is about to pass under the Norfolk & Western’s Shenandoah Valley line as it negotiates the gentle s-curve on the Baltimore & Ohio main line at Shenandoah Junction, West V... (more)
The West Virginian, flying white flags, rolls west through Hoods Mill, Maryland on a perfect September day.
On September 25, 1983, the Baltimore Chapter, NRHS, along with co-sponsors Railtours of America and the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad operates an excursion from Baltimore to Harpers Ferry and Martinsb... (more)
Night moves with a good moon rising over the South Branch.
Rio Grande EMD F7(A) 5711 and F7(B) 5712 on turntable at Denver's Burnham shops on May 2, 1963.