A Roger Puta Photograph
Twilight is falling around the CPL signals inside the Cumberland Terminal known as West Hump. The signals are in their own twilight as their fellow brother and si... (more)
The Conductor of a B&O Budd Car awaits the highball at Washington Union Station.
Baltimore & Ohio E8(A) 1435 with an E8(B) on the C&O's Cincinnati to Detroit "The Cincinnatian" near Cincinnati, Ohio January 22, 1961
C&M Engineer Don Amby(blue jacket and pipe) speaks with the Electrical Foreman and Electrician regarding his power out in front of the Milwaukee diesel house.
A B&O visitor on a lease basis to the Milwaukee Road during the power short days prior to the bankruptcy and the closing of LINES WEST. The Milwaukee's own locomotives in 77/78 were down over 70% ... (more)
B&O GP30 no. 6919 and a GP38 are parked for servicing on a gray Washington's birthday in Willard, Ohio. Approximately a decade into the Chessie System consolidation it was still common to see vint... (more)
About another half mile to the depot for the crew change when POW the air goes into emergency. We're on the westward track stopped by Mobile oil. While the Headman goes back I'll check the B&O/C&O... (more)
A CSX yard crew brings a caboose out of the former B&O East Side in Philadelphia. In the background, a mostly-RF&P power consist waits to take the Orange Blossom Special south.
Westbound B&O train crossing C&O Fostoria
"Mount Royal Station"
The Baltimore & Ohio's classic Mt. Royal Station on a cloudy August afternoon. I wish I was able to see the days when passenger trains still utilize... (more)
Baltimore and Ohio GP7 No.3400 proudly shows off what is generally regarded as B&O's finest paint scheme, in October 1953 at Bayview Yard Baltimore, Maryland. Photo part of my slide collection, n... (more)
A Roger Puta photograph