Waiting for the green. A Cincinnati streetcar is joined by two autos as it awaits the green light to proceed on its journey at 5th & Walnut.
Localtrain from Locarno toward Camedo on the bridge over the river Isorno near Intragna - seen from the hiking trail
The second unit is the only unit painted in Caltrain colors. A Roger Puta Photograph
The Rosebowl Special (note date) on a very foggy day. A Roger Puta Photograph
One of the many Charlotte trolleys strolls down Elizabeth Avenue in Charlotte, NC.
Built in 1942, this Krupp 283mm rail gun "Leopold" was captured by Allied forces in 1944. For many years it sat at the U.S. Army Aberdeen Proving Grounds before it was moved to Fort Le... (more)
Perhaps the best time to visit the Powder River Basin is dawn or dusk. Summer weather with its frequent thunder storms can create some fabulous skies. All you need is a train, and at its peak, tha... (more)
A nice glint off a Southern Pacific westbound at Sand Cut, California. Roger Puta's camera was looking east at the Tehachapis at a little after sunrise in March 1988.
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On what might have been the last warm day of the year, a light power move approaches BIT under a spectacular fall sunset. Even if a train hadn't shown up, the colour-filled sky was enough to make... (more)
After 41 years, the Edgemoor & Manetta's one and olny bridge stands as a reminder of what once was on this short line railway.
Out with the old, in with the new...N&W CPLs still stand tall but with replacements standing ready to go online.
"Cosmos & the Circus" Crews begin working around the clock to load the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus Train in Metro North's East Bridgeport Yard. After hours of loading CSX will... (more)
Idyllic landscape: Localtrain between Gontenbad and Jakobsbad
A cold wintry rain greets the Canadian upon its arrival at Vancouver, BC. The grayness of the day is accentuated by the missing drumhead on the observation car. By this time, VIA has taken over th... (more)
Built by the Marion Steam Shovel Company of Marion, Ohio in 1920 this unique item is possibly the oldest remaining 12" gun mount on a rail car. Once used as coastal defenses through the 1920... (more)