An Erie Lackawanna freight stretches out through the yard as it prepares to depart west from Port Jervis, NY, on the Delaware Division, behind a C425/GP35 lashup.
The T-Motor is taking the P-Motor and lead coaches that have come out from Grand Central with the three RDCs in the background trailing. Shortly, the RDCs will proceed north to Brewster under the... (more)
Lots to see here during the midday layover period: ACMUs; RS-3s; P-motor electrics; T-motor electrics
Southbound BNSF No. 8142 with a mixed manifest gets the green to proceed to Barstow. Westbound Union Pacific No. 5937 and Union Pacific No. 5839 wait their turn to proceed to Palmdale.
I find it utterly fascinating that steam locomotion still exists in the 21st century. After my foray into China in 2015 to photograph steam, Bosnia was also a must to capture the last of the world... (more)
The last regular assignment for the New Haven's Alco cab units was Boston-Lowell-Boston turnaround job BL-1/LB-2, which took a roundabout route from the NH's South Boston yard to a B&M interchange... (more)
A handsome set of Boston & Maine second generation power (two GP38-2s sandwiching a GP40-2) ties back onto train MEPO (Mechanicville, NY, to Portland, ME) after making its Lowell setout on an earl... (more)
A busy afternoon at Proctor yard near Duluth. In the upper left in front of the yard office is the power off a pellet load that just arrived and is heading to the house for servicing. In the upper... (more)
Penn Central's U33Cs were the first locomotives to be delivered from the factory in PC black, ordered by the PRR but arriving during PC's first month. On a winter afternoon, one-year-old 6553 and ... (more)
A Roger Puta Photograph
Nice shiny new sign with one of my favorite EMD, the nicely proportioned SD40 with good innards.
Just a another in the almost endless parade of southbound coal trains.
These units were a rarity on this line 22 years ago. This one is sitting quietly in the siding with a rail train. The main line has its new concrete ties, allegedly the solution to the need for ... (more)
I admit it, I like boxes, bumps, bulges, antennas, tanks, whatever, attached to locomotives. The DM&IR 2-8-2 "plumber's nightmare" is the epitome. This ex-SLSF unit is pretty good. Ph... (more)
Looking back I find I look track of time periods and when things happened. Even it those days this was secondary power, doing yard duty.