Passing Stair Tower. A Southern Railway local freight receives orders as she passes Stair Tower in the yard at Monticello on a spring evening. The power tonight is Southern Railway #401, a... (more)
Southern steam locomotives Consolidation #630 (built by ALCO in 1904) and Mikado #4501 (built by Baldwin in 1911) charges southbound through Rossville, GA passing the former Peerless Woolen Mills... (more)
The 1904 American Locomotive Works Consolidation #630 and the 1911 Baldwin Locomotive Works Mikado #4501 pulla freight train into the wye at Grand Junction during the March 2018 Lerro Productions ... (more)
Southern Consolidation #630 (built by ALCO in 1904) and Mikado #4501 (built by Baldwin in 1911), leading a mixed freight train, put on a great show near Rossville, GA! In the background Chattanoog... (more)
The Tennesee Valley Railroad Museum is home to not one, but two operational Southern Railways coal-fired steam locomotives. #630 is a 1904 American Locomotives 2-8-0 Consolidation.with over 46,000... (more)
A VIA westbound train from Montreal has roughly doubled its train size, adding the consist of a connecting train from Ottawa in Brockville, Ontario. Here the combined train accelerates toward Toro... (more)
The engines for the Social Circle road switcher await a crew to begin the day's work while one of the few remaining coaling towers in the state stands tall over the former Georgia Railroad mainlin... (more)
A Roger Puta Photograph
A Roger Puta photograph.
N&W 611 descends the famed Christiansburg grade on its trek back to Roanoke on a rainy 3 July.
A set of former Pennsylvania Reading Seashore Lines RDC cars pause on home rails on the Cape May Branch at Cold Spring Village. The tower was moved to the historic village from Woodbine Junction.
Norfolk & Western #611 rounds the cut just shy of Friendship Road while climbing Christiansburg Mountain en route to none other then, Christiansburg, VA.
N&W 611 heads west for Roanoke after turning in Lynchburg with the morning excursion on the Blue Ridge District.
Norfolk & Western No. 611 splits the classic color position light signals at Montvale as it heads from Roanoke to Lynchburg. The clouds parted briefly 20 seconds before the train's arrival here.