After seeing Casey Thomasons shot of the former BAYL 508, now EARY 2014 in new Halloween horror paint I had to dig back into the archives for a shot of the unit in better days. Here the 508 sits s... (more)
One of Southern's several spacer car operations - this one inherited from Central of Georgia - was between Albany and Dothan, Alabama. The relatively light spacer cars spread the weight of the Alc... (more)
With the news of the Albany to Hilton lines sale to G&W I decided to post another shot of the last summer of NS operations on the line. Here G91 makes its evening run down Roosevelt Avenue with it... (more)
NS G91 rolls down a little sag as it heads west for Dothan, a palm tree adds a little coastal flavor though we are still over a hundred miles from the nearest beach.
With P5 screaming G99 (Hilton to Albany local) rumbles down the streetrunning on Roosevelt Avenue. What turned out to be one of my favorite shots of the trip was a total grab shot, I barely made i... (more)
A worn out G&O castoff leads the Albany switcher GF1 just south of the yard as he heads to switch the Proctor & Gamble plant south of town. With the 100 + degree temperatures GFRR has been running... (more)
NS G91 eases down tree lined Roosevelt Avenue with a GP60 leading. The train is a Albany to Hilton local job and is one of the two trains that use the street trackage each day.
Southern Railway U23B #3930, idling behind the Albany Passenger Station, preparing to depart with #93's train for Dothan, Alabama and connections with Chattahoochee Industrial Railroad, Hartford &... (more)
This old geep is seen waiting for some work to do.
Southern's last SD40 at Albany Yard. SD40-2s started at 3201.
Weatbound NS 8716 (Built Aug 1992) appears like a Hammerhead Land Shark roaming the streets as it begins the Hilton Turn journey.
NS 4610 in tow behind GSWR 6302. All in preperation for Albany's 150th Annivesary celebration of the first train to come to Albany.
GSWR is staged near Georgia Northern 4-6-2 #107 during the Thronateeska Museum celebration of the 150th anniversary of the first train to come to Albany. Illuminated with a poor man's O. Winston L... (more)