Flanger and a Spreader A Roger Puta Photograph
A Roger Puta Photograph
Amtrak 399 leads a Baby Builder past Puetz Road in Oak Creek, WI in January of 1993. I think this train originated in the Twin Cities due to issues further west.
IC SD70 sporting the famous Death Star logo on its nose cruises over the grade rollercoaster into Belleville with a tier 4 gevo helping mid nearing the end of sunlight for the day.
BC Rail C40-8M 4605 leads an X348 train through Plainfield.
A BNSF westbound intermodal rumbles along old Route 66. The small village of nearby Mesita is located in the Laguna Reservation. Landmarks in the area are Owl Rock and Dead Mans Curve.
Demonstrator unit #7045 today is the helper unit N53, pushing southbound loaded X46 through the grades between Araraquara and São Carlos.
The Real McCoy! The remaining 2 original Bessemer and Lake Erie units left on regular freight service bring 2 scrap cars and 21 pipe flats back North to interchange with the B&P (Buffalo & Pittsbu... (more)
"Bernina crocodile" Ge 4/4 # 182, built in 1928 by SLM and SAAS for the then independent Bernina Railway as # 82, is running in the rear of train 1617 from Pontresina to Ospizio Bernina,... (more)
We went up to catch the Dry Valley Railroad operation by Soda Springs, Idaho. They had recently started using a couple Alaskan F units. When we got there we found their former power lying in a pil... (more)
Tailings train heads away.
CSX R171 (OBSS), with RF&P GP40 121 in the lead, is westbound approaching Poplar (mp 82.5) on B&O/CSX Philadelphia S.D. on July 5, 1987.
Metro East Industries workers, Eric and Kenny, work to apply the large vinyl lettering to complete the Lake State Railway's 25th Anniversary GP40-3 slug mother, LSRC #4325. The crew performed qua... (more)
CN 8808 leads stack train Q120, through the fog that has been lingering around all morning, as they approach Debert, Nova Scotia.