Louisville & Nashville GP40 #3006, parked at the old shop location. L&N GP40 #3006 was built October 1966 and later renumbered to Seaboard System #6803, and later CSX #6803
Seaboard Coast Line GP9 #1033 tied down at "The Shop" which is long gone but is the name of the track that formerly led to the building. #1033 built October 1956 as Seaboard Air Line #1959. Was a... (more)
Heisler No. 6 blows off some steam on a late night, in-between a two day excursion event on Labor Day weekend. Heisler 6 is not usual power for CSRR trains, and since getting a new coal bunker dur... (more)
Chattahoochee Industrial Railroad RS1's #38 and #97, sitting just outside the shop. #38 was built in November 1947 as Washington Terminal #54. After CIRR service, it became Conrad Yelvington #293... (more)
Seaboard Coast Line SW9 #146 was built March 1951 as Atlantic Coast Line #664 and later became ISCX #146, then WAMX #909
Seaboard System GP16 #4979 was built February 1951 as Atlantic Coast Line #141 and later became Seaboard Coast Line #729. In November 1982, unit was released from SCL's GP16 rebuild program as Wes... (more)
Seaboard Coast Line GP38-2 #528 (and B23-7 #5154) awaiting the call to power The Wadley (AL) Turn, (train #588 outbound and 587 inbound). SCL GP38-2 #528 was built October 1973 and later became S... (more)
Seaboard Coast Line GP7 #1000 and B23-7 #5150 are serving as power for SCL train #588, the Wadley (AL) Turn. SCL GP7 #1000 was built September 1952 as Seaboard Air Line #1820
Unusually warm weather for January as MM&A 758 reflect itself awaiting the next assignment
This is ex MP 4504; ready for refurbish/repaint to CM 8905.
CSXT 4288 hit a log car back in December 2006. The unit is waiting to be scrapped.
EX BAR F3 unit inside. The control panel was simple with the speedometer going from 0-75mph.
The beaver is now gone and change is very evident
Demo Units waiting assignment on GEXR
Demo Sd70ACe units waiting assignment on GEXR