Crossing the beautiful Rapidan River, the Office Car Special is headed north back to Altoona after a week in Georgia for 'The Masters' golf tournament.
A former New York Central F7 with its old identity intact gets its face washed at Penn Central's Colehour Yard in Hammond, IN, on a summer afternoon.
A Canon City & Royal Gorge train is at one of the most famous spots on the old Denver & Rio Grande Western -- deep in the Royal Gorge. The eastbound train is approaching the famous "hanging b... (more)
The C&NW 411 is ready to return her train to the shop after a successful day. This was the 411's first day in service after having rehab work completed.
As the sun sets, the 411 and her bl-level train is prepared for a night photo shoot. This was the 411's first day in service after having rehab work completed.
A pair of "Lehigh Valley" F7s pose at the Whippany Railway Museum. The pair are ex-Chicago & North Western and were put into Cornell Red for display by the United Railroad Historical Soc... (more)
Chicago & North Western RSD5 1689 in the yard at the Illinois Railway Museum. The night photo shoot was part of the events held for C&NW Day. Lighting by Kevin Sadowski
Chicago & North Western F7A 411 and a fleet of C&NW locomotives are lined up for photographers during the first C&NW Day at the Illinois Railway Museum. Lighting by Kevin Sadowski.
C&NW Nights at the Illinois Railway Museum.
F9(A) on display at the Dallas railway museum
A Western Maryland red/white F7 No.241 a few cars and a matching caboose moving through Hagerstown, Maryland WM yard . Photo taken from my slide collection, no photographer listed.
A Roger Puta Photograph
Perhaps one of the more unique power sets I've shot since getting into railroad photography is this former Lehigh Valley F7 pair. Though their time in North Carolina was very short lived, it was ... (more)
Crew members fire up ex-BM 4266 in preparation for switching passenger cars within yard limits at North Conway.
Built in May 1953 as one of 23 F7s geared for a maximum speed of 80 mph it was used in both freight and passenger service until Amtrak. Photo taken from my slide collection, photographer unknown.