A Roger Puta Photograph
We're stopped just east of Watertown on the Fast Ford. There were only two times that I remember having MOPAC power once on the beast with covered wagons and this time with an SD. They were nothin... (more)
Taken from train WM-6. A Roger Puta Photograph
A disembodied SD40 cab gazes at fellow ex-Ohio Central units, probably thinking of better days.
Taken on LTEX property with permission.
The "Catfish" era on the NS was still in its early stages at this point.
Milwaukee Road Engineer Harry Henke at the controls and Fireman Brian Reynolds at the back door of cab start an eastbound Milwaukee Road freight with UP power at Portage.
SP SD40R 7330 leads a quartet of Tunnel Motors as a Southern Pacific manifest heads east through Ontario, California, on May 15th, 1982. SP SD40 8477 was built by EMD in May 1966 (16 years prior ... (more)
On a severe clear day in the high desert, a matched quartet of Utah Railway SD40s lead a coal empty to Wildcat on Feb. 17, 1994.
A pair of SD40s and a DD35B (and another unit) wiggle into the yard tracks in Cheyenne under storm light.
Heavenly light bathes the tiny hamlet of Burriston while a Wildcat to IPP coal train rambles by on Oct. 4, 1995.
Given away by its plated over nose gyralite location, an ex-Rio Grande GP40-2 rests between assignments at the Union Pacific yard in Yuma, AZ.
A colorful pair of EMD's in the form of a Ferromex SD40 rebuild and a Helm GP38-2 await their call to duty on a crisp November morning in El Centro, CA.