A father and son stroll along DRGW 5771 (F9A) at the Colorado Railroad Museum. I remember as a kid watching along the tracks as the Chicago Burlington & Quincy Railroad worked a local yard in the... (more)
The Rio Grande Zephyr had an appeal that just can’t be matched by today’s intercity trains. One element that may never return is the ability to stand in the vestibule and watch the train fr... (more)
A66 hauls an up Seymour - Southern Cross commuter past the last semaphore home signal on the North East line at Broadford.
A fantrip on the Oregon Trunk approaches O.T. Junction and a return to the UP mainline on a flawless fall afternoon. This train operated between Portland and Bend through the Columbia River Gorge ... (more)
9475 Maryvale freight departs Victoria Dock with G515 leading hired heritage S class locos 313-303.
A Roger Puta Photograph
This scene at Wallan shows a great collection of vintage equipment still in revenue service in 2017: A66 is the last serving member of the A class, originally built as B66 in 1952, and extensively... (more)
United Railroad Historical Society's Lehigh Valley Limited poses for photos in Mt. Olive, N.J. Several hundred passengers enjoyed the opportunity to photograph the train at a scenic and an open lo... (more)
A pair of Southern Shorthaul Railroad 'streamliners' - the A7 S302 and the specially painted B61 for the Streamliners Australia event - are seen posed for a private night session that was conducte... (more)
MBTA 1109 was an FP10 built May 1947 as GM&O F3A 807B. A Roger Puta Photograph
During a service stop, the Super Continental is refueled and restocked. This part of Edmonton was redeveloped and there are no longer tracks here.
MBTA 1109 was a FP10 built in May 1947 as GM&O F3A 807B. A Roger Puta Photograph
Snow plow train to keep the line open. One FL9 on each end of the train set.
Southern railway 6133 gets the 11:30am museum train rolling from Barber junction.