In April 1972 this United Aircraft TurboTrain was working for Amtrak, but still wore its DOT paint scheme. Eastbound from New York to Boston, it races through Stratford, CT, under former New Haven... (more)
Two RTG's have just left the station of Lisieux in the Normandy. They are riding as R 3348 from Caen to Paris-St-Lazare. In the right the Basilique de Sainte Thérèse.
A RTG is leaving the station of Tarare with R 5432/3 from Lyon-Perrache to Bordeaux-St-Jean.
At dusk, one of the original United Aircraft TurboTrains running as Penn Central train 3002 between New York and Boston glides across the Mystic River swing bridge on the Connecticut coast. These ... (more)
In the eighties many trainservices from Paris St Lazare to the Normandy and Bretagny were performed by the RTG's. On the photo the noses of the SNCF T 2081, T 2058, T 060 "Soissons" and... (more)
A Roger Puta Photograph
The RTL III's were put into a version of Phase V paint that was developed to match the Acela and Amfleet adaptations.
The Rohr Turbo running as Amtrak's southbound Adirondack has arrived at Rouses Point, NY, and stopped north of the station for the customs inspectors who are about to board. Once they clear the tr... (more)
Leaving downtown Milwaukee behind, one of Amtrak's French built ANF Turboliners coils out of town on its way to Chicago. This route and other Chicago-based corridor services were the regular assig... (more)
With summer trackwork in progress on the Hudson Line, one of the Rohr Turbo sets assigned by Amtrak to Empire Service duties speeds south along the river at Cold Spring on its way to New York City... (more)
A Turboliner heads to NYC as seen from the Greystone Station pedestrian overpass.
Southbound Turboliner at Mayfair Junction.
SNCF ETG (Element Turbine à Gaz) 1507 as train E 5983/2 from Nevers to Dijon-Ville.
A SNCF RTG on its way as train R 6880/1 from Lyon-Perrache to Bordeaux-St-Jean