CSX 2780 Work Rochester Yard
The 611 works by the Niagra power dam with the final return trip of the Roanoker. The magnificent steam plume made standing in the pouring rain atop the Blue Ridge Parkway bridge very much worth i... (more)
Just Your Average Spring Morning: Trees turning green, birds chirping, neighbors going for a walk. Oh, and SOO 4598 shoving 1500 tons of flour to the ADM mill. This is the old MILW Hastings... (more)
After spending all day Sunday spotting flatcars on the dock, the Albany Port RR heads off the dock for the engine house. The Combi Dock I is delivering another ship load of components for gas fire... (more)
Definitely oldies; not sure many riders would have considered them "goodies"
Westmoreland Coal's Dump Train shoves past the idled Osaka No. 2 tipple, located a short distance north of the Virginia Coal & Iron (VC&I) Company's original Stonega operation. The Dump Train will... (more)
On a cool evening in Tehachapi mountains, a westbound BNSF Z train drops downgrade through the famous Tehachapi Loop and meets an eastbound freight waiting patiently in the siding at Woodford. Aft... (more)
The T-Motor is taking the P-Motor and lead coaches that have come out from Grand Central with the three RDCs in the background trailing. Shortly, the RDCs will proceed north to Brewster under the... (more)
NKP 765 simmers at sunrise being readied for the 2nd day of the Fort Wayne Historical Society's open house. The 765 2nd rebuild was finished a few short weeks prior to this date.
Southbound ferry at Aycock St.
The "Quaker City" bringing up the rear of the "Midday Congressional/Silver Star" as it heads for Penn Station in New York City.
Resting at Riker Work takes me places around Central Pennsylvania. I drive by the Buffalo & Pittsburgh's Riker Yard at least once a week, but this is the first time I've actually ru... (more)
Southern Pacific #99 to Amtrak #14Southern Pacific’s famed Coast Daylight (Los Angeles to San Francisco) lives on as Amtrak’s Coast Starlight (Los Angeles to Seattle).... (more)
Narrow gauge locomotive switching standard gauge cars. A Roger Puta Photograph
Spring has finally sprung in the upper Hudson River Valley.