OKLAHOMA CITY Oct 1975 -- Amtrak E8A 210 is shown at the FAA's Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center on the west side of Will Rogers World Airport. It was built as a B&O unit and at the time of this ... (more)
Rock Island F9M 4162 was born in 1948 as a Union Pacific F3A unit. UP rebuilt this and some other F3s into F9Ms in the late 1950s and eventually sold some to Rock Island. The 4162 is shown a littl... (more)
The Canadian holds the siding just east of Kicking Horse Pass waiting for a westbound freight. Today's train is powered by an FP7/FP9 combination, ample power for the seven car winter-sized consis... (more)
BN/Metra commuter trains relax at the Aurora coach yard awaiting commuter duties of the next work week. The Morrison Knudsen rebuilt E8s and E9s are approaching retirement age having lived a previ... (more)
An early Penn Central version of the "South Wind", as it approaches Louisville. Note the red/white "worms" on the PC emblem on the second unit
An Unlikely Trio
The 1980 National Railway Historical Society convention was actually an international event, taking place in Toronto. A Southern Railway tradition was to run a sp... (more)
VLIX 6913 is a part of a huge display of many flamboyant locomotives, from several different fallen flag Tennessee roads, as it basks in the April morning sunlight, on the old K-25 diffusion plant... (more)
Built in May 1947 as GM&O F3A 880A. A Roger Puta Photograph
The quiet of a Sunday morning along the Columbia is disturbed by this eastbound passenger special. The train was deadheading home after being used on some Operation Lifesaver trains in the Northwe... (more)
The Royal Canadian Pacific arrives at Boston Bar for a crew change.
Streamer at the Chester Branch
FL9 489 strikes a pose as its about to head back east.
"Office Car Special" shown on the Chester Branch (former Lackawanna railroad... (more)
After leading KCS Train B-PAKC-19 into town today, the A-B-A F-Units slumber the night away in the Business Car Track at KCS Knoche Yard. They'll head back south on Saturday as the B-KCSH-21.
After driving 100 miles south and missing this stealthy move on its way north, we see KCS Train B-PAKC-19 wying its train at Southwest Jct. after a quick trip up from McElhany, MO this morning. I... (more)
The Royal Canadian Pacific drifts downgrade through the Thompson River Canyon with classic cab units as power.
A Roger Puta Photograph