A long line of stored locomotives sit in Oak Ridge on a beautiful afternoon in rural Tennessee.
" Photo Shoot Over The Naugatuck"
A group of railfans take photos of NH 2019 as it sits on a bridge over the Naugatuck River in Waterbury, CT.
Train Day! As reflected by the banner, the Hub City Railroad Museum is hosting a train day on May 20 for kids from 3 to 93. The museum is located at the Spartanburg, SC depot and includes a... (more)
Ann Arbor Railroad No. 2373 is back on the move north after picking up 3 boxcars from the Diann Interchange, while passing by the MoW Building in Dundee, Michigan after crossing over the Raisin Ri... (more)
Freshly washed FL9 2019 poses over the Naugatuck River in Waterbury, CT with her striking New Haven paint scheme catching the late afternoon sunlight.
Seven Years too Long
It has been seven long years since an excursion has traversed these rails. A Naugatuck RR volunteer flags the crossing on Church St in Torington, CT for FL9 2019 a... (more)
The Return to Torrington
Today history was made. The Naugatuck RR ran its first excursion to Torrington, CT in seven years. it was certainly very nice to see a train run through my home ... (more)
Alco built in 1946, as were the New York Central Niagras. A Roger Puta Photograph
A lone engine on a rather quite morning idles away awaiting it's next assignment.
After spending all day Sunday spotting flatcars for the ship cranes on the Combi Dock I to load, the Albany Port RR is repositioning the cars on the Albany dock prior to quieting for the day. The ... (more)
A westbound Canadian National coal train traverses Kansas City Southern's Mexico Subdivision. This train came from a southern Illinois mine and is making it's way to a power plant down south.
After spending all day Sunday spotting flatcars on the dock, the Albany Port RR heads off the dock for the engine house. The Combi Dock I is delivering another ship load of components for gas fire... (more)
A new day breaks on the famed Blue Ridge Grade as threatening clouds roll in from the west overhead the 1940's era CPL's which have sadly now been removed.
This is a neat sight, but boy do I miss the SD9 that used to do this.....