With a violent summer thunderstorm rolling in overhead, trains from CN and CP charge out of Black Canyon toward Basque, BC, where both trains will continue westbound on CN's Ashcroft Sub. Though C... (more)
The Tehachapi Mountains in the distance. A Roger Puta Photograph
A Canadian Pacific coal train crosses the Fraser River at Cisco. This westbound is traversing CN's Ashcroft Sub; the locomotives are passing over CP's Thompson Sub, which handles eastbound traffic... (more)
Even though the day is just about over, the trains just keep on coming. A westbound covered hopper train races north (railroad west) through the small town of Rock River, Wyoming along Union Pacif... (more)
A sunrise glint. This is one from Roger's "early morning" series. A Roger Puta Photograph
A Canadian Pacific GEVO works coal empties through the Fraser Canyon at the iconic Cisco Bridges. The train is eastbound on CP's Thompson Sub, and is passing underneath CN's Ashcroft Sub as the tw... (more)
A Roger Puta Photograph
Here we have a personal favorite of mine, of which many can relate to as a timeless tradition in regards to traveling by rail. Seen here, from the Observation Car of Amtrak's Southwest Chief, pass... (more)
Several trains (including two of the Eco units hiding behind the line of boxcars) await their next assignment in a small Atlanta railyard on a foggy morning.
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)