Waiting patiently at Kremis on the main is BLE 867 on the lead of a loaded ore train. Soon a crew will take her and the train to North Bessemer yard. The next day unfortunately she would be left a... (more)
Conrail in Cornell Red – Almost eight months after the northeastern railroad scene has undergone its most dramatic transformation, many of the local activities continue on as usual. Here Lehigh Va... (more)
Welded rail train W025-29 heads east through the small town of Confluence.
A pair of SD40E helpers shove hard on the back of loaded coal train 862.
A Roger Puta Photograph
NS 25Z knocks down the historic PRR signals in Summerhill, PA on a oddly warm, December day.
UP Trio leading the 38G on the NS Harrisburg East Line today. Photo by Shawn A Leightcap
The re-erection of J-Tower (a.k.a. LEMO Tower) a month before the 1985 50th Anniversary Convention of the National Railway Historical Society. The Lancaster Chapter NRHS acquired the tower from C... (more)
The vandalized headlights of these two Conrail GG1s are indicative of a none-too-bright future. Note the two different styles of air intakes. No. 4828 was built by Baldwin/PRR/Westinghouse in Ju... (more)
Forty years ago, it was common knowledge that the Lehigh Valley Railroad would cease to exist on the coming April 1. I made a commitment to capture as much of the Lehigh Valley as I could in the f... (more)
The Driftwood Turn rolls into Driftwood along CCC Memorial Hwy with a handful of empty hoppers from Turtlepoint to interchange with the NS.
The Reading Turn passes the YJNR (Yard Job North Reading) power in RBMN's North Reading Yard.
A pair C430s take the day off as the Driftwood Turn comes swinging around on the main at Emporium.
Shortly after passing Keating Summit, the Driftwood Turn rolls downhill at Gardeau Road jsut north of Emporium on a perfect Autumn afternoon.