110 mph Blizzard. Empire Service train 280 from Niagara Falls to New York City races SB along the Hudson River on the 110 mph section of Amtrak's Hudson Line. In the far distance can be seen the C... (more)
SOO Line GP9 401 switches the yard in Stevens Point, Wisconsin.
T59 has just slowed to stop just east of the Balsam Stop board. Here the conduction will set the retainers before heading down the steep grade ahead. Maintenance on the railroad's fleet of GP39-2s... (more)
The San Joaquin Daylight. A Roger Puta Photograph
21Q with an SD70ACe leader at the west end of the interlocking at CP 194 on the Chicago Line
Noyes is busy place on a Monday afternoon! The crew of the Grand Forks - Noyes train cut off the front two locomotives and are in the process of tying them down while their train is on the main. ... (more)
Right at HomeNevada Northern 4-6-0 #40 posed for a few short minutes at the coaling tower before turning for the next morning's photo runs towards Keystone.
Likely the eastbound Mountain Local. A Roger Puta Photograph
A fresh Union Pacific Locomotive leads CSX Train Id: Q299 through Akron on a unusually warm winter day
On a sunny morning, Will County Coal Handling 1801 brings a train of coal loads into the Midwestern Generation plant. This former Illinois Central SD20 was working hard!
CP 299 passes over the Bradley Coulee bridge as it eases closer to the U.S. - Canada border crossing. The train will change crews and get scanned at the border before it continues to Winnipeg.
Curfews in south Florida gave us a series of northbounds in Bunnell at the right time, just like the old days. Normally rare.
Going at a moderate pace this southbound merchandise train glides through this picturesque town in the Bluegrass. They will soon pass the shops and facilities of TTI.
The lines of the basis 40 are somehow more pleasing to me than the -2 version. So put the -2 goodies into the basic carbody and you have one of my all-time favorites, this one rebuilt by MK.
These days they seem to be easing around on switchers and locals but back then the best unit ever built was charging down the main trailing a little railfan potpourri and roaring like lion. This ... (more)