A Roger Puta Photograph
FEC 905 at Colfax. The 419 is an old friend of mine, been watching it go by since I moved here in 1980.
Having been set out by the previous day's Chino Local, a UP GP40-2 wait Montclair Yard with a cut of cars to be picked up and taken back to West Colton.
In need of visiting the wash rack (and maybe the paint shop as well), Chessie System/B&O GP40-2 4137 leads a very late SLTT, the St. Louis Trailer Train, westbound at Lansdowne, MD on Track 1 of t... (more)
UP Train YKS97 12 passes through the KC West Bottoms with KCS Power en route from KCS Knoche Yard, to UP Neff Yard, via the Elevator Lead and the KCT North-South Corridor.
Locomotives: KCS 2... (more)
The Missouri & Northern Arkansas Carthage Day Switcher is just going to work, using the escape crossover out to the main, and breaking down the KCMNA that arrived earlier this morning from Kansas ... (more)
A Bryant Turn returns with finished cane to Clewiston, passing a pacing stretch along US 98/441 near Belle Glade.
Though the former Pittsburg & Shawmut locomotive and car shops remain open at Brookville, movements between there and the mainline at Falls Creek are rare - typically only once per month. Saturd... (more)
OBSS (R171) powered by RF&P GP40-2 145 and GP40 126, plus three, westbound at White Marsh, MD on Philadelphia S.D.
(from a Kodachrome slide)
It is the last day of the year in Anchorage, AK. The weather isn't too bad a balmy 14 degrees everything looks good for a railfan photographer, well in most cases anyway, except this is Alaska in ... (more)
Looking scruffy and unloved, Kansas & Oklahoma Railroad (KO) locomotives 4029/4010 (ex CN GP40-2LW) trundle a short trip train between Hutchinson and Yaggy KS
After servicing in Collinwood, this TV train (trailer van) races east on good looking track towards Buffalo, NY and points east. Conrail was starting to rebuild the former PC and other acquired li... (more)
The crew of NS Columbia local P77 brings 5 cars back to Andrews Yard from their morning of work. They are pulling through the yard where they will continue past the office and drop their load.