BN 2518, a former GN GP35 leads a freight past Reservation Tower in Tacoma, WA. This tower protected activity at the east end of BN and UP yards along their respective mainlines in Tacoma. The UP ... (more)
A GP35 leads the way west past BART tower and the former PRR depot in 1977.
Following a blizzard in mid-February 2017, Central Maine & Quebec dispatched plows system wide to clear nearly two feet of snow from it's lines in Central and Mid-coast Maine. Having already open... (more)
NX13, which is a light engine move tonight, rolls around Hatch Pond in Kent under the setting sun with GP35's 3600, 3604, and 3602.
WLE 200 sits with quite a few tanker cars in the yard as it awaits its next assignment.
I admit it, I like boxes, bumps, bulges, antennas, tanks, whatever, attached to locomotives. The DM&IR 2-8-2 "plumber's nightmare" is the epitome. This ex-SLSF unit is pretty good. Ph... (more)
On a hot July afternoon, Willamette Valley Railway's road freight enters Lebanon, returning from a trip to Mill City. The train is crossing the South Santiam River.
Richmond, Frederick and Potomac GP35 131 leads a southbound piggyback train as it storms across the huge truss bridge at Woodbridge, Virginia.
It is a very cold, clear and quiet night as the WAMX 3536 display the special "Texas Tech University" paint scheme.
A Roger Puta Photograph
Montana Rail Link’s 844 local approaches Harrison, Montana, on May 17, 2013. MRL EMD GP35 No. 403 powers the three-car train up the 2.2 percent mountain grade of the 9.5 mile branch to Harrison.
The Hanover Turnaround, with CS/C&O GP35 3574, L&N/SBD GP40 6821, SCL/SBD GP38-2 2516, and CS/B&O GP40 3752, westbound near Lineboro, MD (mp 38.9) on Chessie System's Hanover S.D. (former WM).
WC 4002 hammers the Soo Line diamond in Duplainville, WI on April of 1993. Funny, the WC is on former Soo Line tracks and the Soo is the former Milwaukee Road.
An A-B-A set of GPs roll west across the impressive Valley City bridge on their way to Jamestown, ND.
A group of GP's pull a drag freight up Cajon Pass.