Running errands in Springfield, I saw this westbound stuck by a train on the ICG at Starnes Tower. When I got back to Jacksonville, I knew - thanks to the fast running on the former Wabash line -... (more)
N&W 2105 at Bluefield, WVa in the late summer of 1959.
A fully restored former Norfolk and Western caboose, sits across the street from the Depot that is currently being refurbished in the town of Rural Retreat. Taken just several days after winter st... (more)
Wasting no time after a quick crew change on the former NKP main, a hot TOFC train smokes it up as it accelerates eastward with N&W GP40 1364 leading. The brakeman on the second unit gives a frien... (more)
The restored N&W bay caboose on display in downtown Central, SC sits buried in a nice blanket of snow on a pleasant winter's morning.
When I began photography, the N&W, the SP, and the CP were still running Fairbanks Morse H-24-66 Trainmasters, but their territory was prohibitively beyond my range of travel. As a result, this is... (more)
Doing what Alco’s do best, Norfolk & Western C630 1133 shoves hard on a heavy cut of loaded hoppers at the Lambert’s Point coal docks, as it belches black smoke worthy of a steam locomotive.
Norfolk and Western class J number 611 leads NS train number 957 across the Yadkin River shortly after departure from Spencer, North Carolina, on its "welcome back" excursion towards hom... (more)
Of all of the types of yard power that I have encountered over the years, the Norfolk & Western switchers at Lambert’s Point in the early 1980’s were my favorites. Taken out of road service, but n... (more)
The local is waiting for the signal on the former NKP westward siding in 1982. The EJ&E Porter Line is visible adjacent HO tower.
Banner Blue - Wabash Cannonball A Roger Puta Photograph
Railfans and residents of Roanoke turn out on the first 4th of July since the "Spirit of Roanoke" was restored after 20 years of lying dormant.
The newly restored "Spirit of Roanoke" heads up the Christiansburg grade on independence day.
Built in 1950 for the Norfolk & Western Railroad, class J 4-8-4 #611 steams up the Blue Ridge grade at Villamont,VA past the N&W era CPL signals creating a timeless scene. The now former CEO of No... (more)