On a chilly spring night, the historic Southern Pacific searchlight signals stand tall around the Davis Wye. Unfortunately, do today's traffic movements, this leg of the wye does not see many trai... (more)
Between assignments, Jersey Central kept Lehigh & New England locomotives and cabooses at the CNJ Bethlehem PA station. Also there was this gem of a wood-sheathed snowplow, L&NE #353.
Jersey Central's tower and main line sit abandoned at Nesquehoning Junction, located near Jim Thorpe, PA.
Allentown- Scranton traffic had been rerouted to the Lehigh Valley line between Lehig... (more)
Fall colors surround the remnants of the Rahway Valley Railroad. This track was abandoned in 1992 and sat dormant for over ten years. A revitalization project was started to bring the line back in... (more)
NXGen Rail Services test car "Skykomish River" NXGX 391 at backs under Roosevelt Road on the tail end of an Amtrak train. The car is probably coming back from Pueblo, Colo. were it underwent exten... (more)
'In Flanders fields the poppies blow'. Tomorrow is Remembrance Day in Canada, which is the anniversary of the First World War Armistice. The symbol of Remembrance Day in Canada is the Poppy... (more)
The Romilly shop where the 36 years old high speed trainset are renovated for 10 years of new life ! This high speed car has been completely removed for leaving only the structure and controlling ... (more)
Photo by Roger Puta.
There are a few neat old signals still left on the NS Southern Tier route. Here at Gang Mills, the east end of the yard at Painted Post, there are style G signals on a bracket signal mast. Alot of... (more)
"FLY BY NIGHT"
Norfolk Southern Local V88 (Shenandoah to Front Royal, VA) approaches the Summit bracket mast N&W CPL signals from behind the photographer who uses the light f... (more)
"MOONRISE OVER VAUGHN"
Giving a northbound train a clear indication, the Norfolk and Western single mast color position signal near Kimball, VA in the Shenandoah Valley on No... (more)
The last part of the signal at Thurmond is pushed over and crashes to the ground with thud.
New River train namesake? After pulling four successful excursions in the 3rd and 4th weekends of October, 26 cars deadhead east on the C&O main to Spencer, N.C. for a series of Oct. 31 & Nov. 1 e... (more)
The eastern sky blows up in vivid color just before sunrise in Cheyenne, Wyoming with the UP below and the BNSF going over on October 25, 2015.
The late Roger Puta's slide was scanned and posted by Marty Bernard.