A Roger Puta photograph
A light rail car of the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority curves south along the Cuyahoga River as it heads for Van Aiken at the end of the Blue Line.
Southbound at North Donahue Drive with a former CR SD70MAC leading. Today the billboard is gone and the surroundings have been fancified with upscale apartments and condos.
By far my favorite 'official' BNSF paint scheme, leading a run-through ethanol load into Atlanta.
One of the most recognizable advertising spot on railpictures.net would have to be the the Rose Quarter grain silos along the Willamette river rail corridor. This facility which was built continue... (more)
BLE 878 and GTW 4911 make for a great lash-up as the 'heritage' units lead a cut of cars out of Glenn Yard for headroom. BLE 878 has been working around the Chicago area ever since being activated... (more)
M371 is preparing to meet a northbound, as it slides into the north end of the Kankakee siding. A sharp SD60F leads the way today.
A fairly new product of Erie waits to deliver its 80 car train of Ethanol to Global which is located right behind the photographer.
A short - and eclectic - train operates out of Portland's Oregon Rail Heritage Center behind Oregon Pacific GMD-1 1413. Built in 1959 as Canadian National 1045, this engine originally had A1A-A1A... (more)
Collector train approaching to the new station with 1 boxcar, as usual. The loc is a Spanish GE U11B called "Tajuña"