Q614-06, a New Orleans, LA to Hamlet, NC manifest, creeps across Spence Avenue on its way North through Newnan, GA.
With G66's conductor back on board and all of the derails restored, they proceed West out of Newnan under the Greenville Street overhead bridge.
While G66's Conductor starts to close up the electric derails that protect the CSX A&WP mainline, the engineer pulls clear of the diamond. The first colors of Spring are also starting to emerge h... (more)
After waiting for CSX Q614 to clear the diamond, NS "C-Line Local" G66 creeps across the old Atlanta & West Point mainline. Sadly business isn't quite what it used to be on the old Central of Geo... (more)
With the rail looking like this, it’s easy to see why the speed limit on this portion of the NS Cedartown District is set at a blistering 10 mph in some locations.
With the automatic derails unlocked, G66 gets back on the move to Senoia as it ramps over the CSX A&WP mainline in Newnan.
Hamlet-New Orleans runthrough #215 is passing under the old Atlanta and West Point coaling tower at Newnan, GA on a hazy late summer morning.
WofA 531 leading a mixed train at Newnan, GA in Sept. 1969.
Newly inaugerated piggyback train, complete with double-caboose, operated between Atlanta, GA and Montgomery and Mobile, AL. Upon arrival in Montgomery, the train will be uncoupled behind the fir... (more)
Q617 is following closely behind Q619 through Newnan GA.
619 is about to duck under the A&WP coaling tower.