X41-X43 with an empty quarry freight at Bunbury Street, Footscray.
An Arrow III EMU set lies in Summit Yard waiting for a return trip east to Hoboken Terminal. The diesel engine, NJT 1001 (MP20B-3), is working as NJT WD41. WD41 acts as both an equipment move to... (more)
It’s a “Twofer”!A double-length Amtrak Pacific Surfliner (train #573), consisting of a six car train set, an F59PHI (#455), six more cars, and another F59PHI (#453). Due to ... (more)
Built in May 1953 as one of 23 F7s geared for a maximum speed of 80 mph it was used in both freight and passenger service until Amtrak. Photo taken from my slide collection, photographer unknown.
Colorado-BoundFour-day-old Siemens SC-44 diesel-electric passenger locomotives WDTX 1402 and 1403 were found in Amtrak’s Redondo Junction engine facility in downtown Los Angeles on ... (more)
”With a Little Help from my Friends”To move Amtrak F59PHI 456 off the whiskers and back into the shop, the Redondo Junction engine facility’s employees fired up their Rail King SS42... (more)
Pan Am knows how to take the Ringling Brothers Circus Train out in style! On April 17 (for my birthday ;-) ) Pan Am Railways operated the last northbound Ringling Bros. train from Worcester, MA t... (more)
Passing some very unstable slopes near Lasha in Thompson River Canyon east of Lytton, British Columbia, on July 22, 2011, is a westbound Canadian Pacific freight. The perennial battle with falling... (more)
Canadian National grain empty No. 840 passes milepost 8 on CN’s Albreda Subdivision at Geikie, Alberta, on July 10, 2014.
Onto the next chapter... former Yreka Western 2-8-2 #19, built by Baldwin in 1915, hitches a ride on an eastbound manifest as it is transported from its long time home in Yreka, CA to the Age of S... (more)
The golden hour paints this loop bound brown line train as it snaked around the curve toward Merchandise Mart.
NX13 gets skinny and ducks underneath an old single lane bridge in West Cornwall, CT, that has probably been around since New Haven steamers and Alco RS3's ruled the Berkshire Line.
On July 11, 1981 the Rocky Mountain Railroad Club sponsored round-trip excursion with UP 8444 between Denver and Sterling, CO. A Roger Puta Photograph
A southbound BNSF Z, Stacks and UPS trailers, rolls around the Horseshoe curve at the community of Keene. The engines are passing the Cesar Chavez National Monument unfortunately not railfan frien... (more)