Although General Electric power reigns on the Shasta Route today, it was exotic once upon a time. The first freight train I ever saw on the Black Butte Subdivision that had a solid set of GEs clim... (more)
The southbound Swift RoadRailer curves through the Sacramento River Canyon in fall 1999.
One of Massena Terminal’s two MP15’s heads to the engine terminal to end its day. The MSTR operates three miles of track from the Conrail (now CSX) interchange in Massena, New York, and a nearby A... (more)
WC 6522 trundles down Division Street in Oshkosh, WI in January of 1992. Nary a trace of this line exists today as the CN uses the ex-CNW line just east of here.
At dusk, three UP trains are lined up at the west end of Tucson Yard. SP power is still very much in force, with SP 8128 West departing at right ahead of two stack trains.
A westbound ATSF train in the Tehachapis highballs Bealville siding. The train was just the right length.
Rio Grande EMD F7(A) 5711 and F7(B) 5712 on turntable at Denver's Burnham shops on May 2, 1963.
I Wana Get This Train Loaded
A Wisconsin Electric train begins the flood loading process at the Blacksville Number 2 Mine in Wana, West Virginia. The Super 7’s are all on the prope... (more)
A Roger Puta Photograph
A Conrail-powered hopper train rolls alongside Tom’s Run as it approaches Pine Bank, Pennsylvania.
ATSF 4003 brings an inspection train thru McCook, IL in August of 1988.
The final Bly Turn backs into OC&E's yard at Klamath Falls. Many local residents came out to watch the last logger enter town.
On a fine spring morning in the Klamath Basin, OC&E's Bly Turn heads east.
NS C39-8 8629 will soon be crossing the Niagara River bridge and enter the state of New York.