The Illinois Terminal Heritage unit lead NS train 20K past the closed Alto Tower.
"MUs Meet at Dock"
A westbound set of PATH's Kawasaki PA-5s arrive at Newark Penn Station by way of the flyovers at DOCK. Down below an eastbound NJ Transit train #3718 d... (more)
A Roger Puta photograph.
A West Bound Work Train crossing the G Tower at Gordonsville, VA.
Train Q260 with a Ex Conrail SD60I for a leader has a Metro North GP35R and a New Haven P32 in the lash up making it look colorful next to the fall colors.
The Ambridge Switcher departs Conway Yard eastbound to Leetsdale to work the Leetsdale Industrial Park.
The Milwaukee Road has been a part of Soo Line for over two years when this photo was taken, but lead GP40 No. 2046 has so far escaped being "bandit-ized" by the Soo's patchwork repainti... (more)
After spending nearly two years in storage at Macaulay, a six car Hitachi set runs into Southern Cross station to reverse direction, before heading to Newport Workshops for eventual sale or scrapp... (more)
Over the canal. VIA 69 for Aldershot is 5 minutes out of Montreal's Central Station as it passes the closed Wellington Tower, with VIA 6404 leading. At the bottom left is a small part of wh... (more)
Missing some water for a full reflection. AMTK 17 pushes the Adirondack consist to Central Station, with great dome car 'Ocean View' at the head end. In the foreground is the mostly empty P... (more)
Last light. It's about 45 minutes before sunset and there's still enough sun (barely) to illuminate VIA 6409 as it leads VIA 37 past the Wellington tower and over the partially drained Lach... (more)
GE and EMD power past a mostly empty Peel Basin.VIA 903 and VIA 6401 are teaming up to push VIA 63 towards Montreal's Central Station on a crystal clear fall morning. In the foreground is t... (more)
CN Joffre Yard from 90 meters in altitude
The Capitol Limited races past the Brunswick Yard and the former WB Tower as the days get shorter and the shadows get longer.
Roger wrote, "The last mechanical interlocking on the CTA and will be replaced with a new tower."
The late Roger Puta's slide was scanned and posted by Marty Bernard.