A Roger Puta Photograph
On the old Hartwell Railroad right of way just outside of downtown Hartwell, Georgia, we see an old Central of Georgia caboose along with an old HRT passenger car rotting away in the woods.
Off in the woods in the historic town of Hartwell, Georgia, an old Central of Georgia Railway caboose sits with former Hartwell Railroad 101, an excursion passenger car, on a quiet January night i... (more)
Power on an eventual M GALBRC1 04A waits for its crew on a cold, but sunny afternoon at the north end of BNSF's Galesburg yard. In tow are a couple Iowa Pacific E-units heading back towards Chicag... (more)
The re-erection of J-Tower (a.k.a. LEMO Tower) a month before the 1985 50th Anniversary Convention of the National Railway Historical Society. The Lancaster Chapter NRHS acquired the tower from C... (more)
The vandalized headlights of these two Conrail GG1s are indicative of a none-too-bright future. Note the two different styles of air intakes. No. 4828 was built by Baldwin/PRR/Westinghouse in Ju... (more)
Sanitary District SW1 #2 returns east with empties for the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District in Stickney.
A pair C430s take the day off as the Driftwood Turn comes swinging around on the main at Emporium.
Along what used to be the original Hartwell line that ran from Bowersville to Hartwell, we see remains of Hartwell's history rotting away in the weeds in Airline, Ga. This is a former Lackawanna c... (more)
On a cool night, shortly after the swing of the new year, cars from the days of the old Hartwell-Bowersville steam excursions sit in the weeds just outside of Hartwell. HRT 101, pictured here, and... (more)
A Steamtown excursion to Gouldsboro passes the depot at Moscow with a pair of DL RS-3s on a beautiful fall day.
After losing the #4 traction motor while pushing the NS 756 to Belews Creek Steam Station, the NS 8721 has the motor replaced with an axle for the trip back to the repair shop in Roanoke, Va
A pair of RS3s roll under the signal bridge at Elmhurst with an excursion train for Tobyhanna.