Red lights in the purple sky. The CPL's at Abingdon no longer stand; leaving this scene without the charm it withheld for nearly a century.
Main Track lined for a Northbound Ethanol being assembled in Albany. This signal always changes hours before the train arrives.
It's the end of the line for this D&H signal tower in the City of Cohoes at M.P. 8.1/8.2. Being one of the last few remaining, it's replacement is being assembled just Northbound passed the Main S... (more)
Y335, returns to Curtis Bay Yard, after switching USALCO, on the Seawall Branch, with a pair of shoving platforms bringing up the rear.
The days of the old N&W CPLs are numbered, as seen here at Webster. In some locations, such as Bonsack, the new "Vader" signals have already gone up and the CPLs come down. In others, su... (more)
On July 11, 2014, a few people begin gathering inside the station at Jasper, Alberta, for the departure of VIA Rail’s Jasper to Prince Rupert train No. 5, formerly known as the “Skeena.” Later tha... (more)
Featured here, the setting sun illuminates a semaphore signal located in Chapelle, NM. Seen is only one of many active signals that currently reside along BNSF's Glorieta & Raton Subdivisions.
From an era gone bye the east coast largest hump yard in the 40s run bye the new haven railroad at cedar hill. In this
photo you can still see the hump and some of the old rail
that was left beh... (more)
Flanger and a Spreader A Roger Puta Photograph
Sunday evening at Grand Central Terminal in midtown Manhattan, New York. The New York Central is long gone, but Metro-North uses the station today, and outside you can see some of the work that wi... (more)
Dome Lounge car on Train 98, the Coast Daylight. A Roger Puta Photograph
A quiet night at the yard in Ely.
P853-17 departs the Dorsey station on CSX's Capital Subdivision.
New rail laid on track two between Kannapolis and Haydock, this particular section located near the "Glass" intermediates near the 351 MP.
136= 136 lb/yd rail
RE= Rail manufactured t... (more)
Third Subdivision dispatcher Art Crawford is getting ready to make a move at East Green River, WY. He's working the fast railroad between Rawlins and Green River where hotshots could run the 135 m... (more)