What was once the Costa Rica transcontinental mainline is now just a place the local residents walk around their homes. Outside of some local commuter rail operations around San Jose, railroading... (more)
What was once the Costa Rica transcontinental mainline is now just a museum. I spent some nice time with the curator, and while my Spanish was once pretty good, sucks now. But I still could cobb... (more)
These motors are GE Center Cabs, 1200 hp, only 3 units were built in 1950. A Roger Puta Photograph
On Tumbler Ridge Branch. A Roger Puta photograph.
The late Roger Puta's slide was scanned and posted by Marty Bernard.
This is one of the GE motors were ordered by Russia but not delivered. Three went to the South Shore and the remainder was divided between the Milwaukee Road and the Paulina Railroad in Brazil.
"In the Hole" (in siding) for a passenger train. The South Shore called them The 800s, not Little Joes. What the South Shore and the Milwaukee Road did not take of these GE beauties went ... (more)