SCL U30B 1700 has been freshly painted and will be part of a display train that will tour SCL with various rolling stock displaying the new SCL logo and lettering. The exhibition train was part o... (more)
Three Durham & Southern Baldwins are working hard into Coats, NC on a cold, blustery late winter day in March 1969.
Original Norfolk Southern Extra 1613 South is doubling out of the yard at Glenwood in preparation for a late afternoon departure. This was a Sunday, and this particular train would set-off severa... (more)
SCL No. 275, led by 3 GP40's, storms out of Raleigh, NC through the community of Method enroute Hamlet, thence Atlanta.
SOU Ry. No. 83 is leaving D-251 territory at Fetner (Cary,NC) shared with SCL for 8.1 miles from this location to Raleigh Tower. D-251 provided for trains to operate on this section of double tr... (more)
SOU Ry. No. 153, operating as Extra SOU 3114 South, is holding the west main track at Crabtree, NC, just north of Raleigh Yard, as SCL No. 190 ducks in on the east main to meet the southbound extr... (more)
Seaboard Air Line piggyback train TT-23 is rolling through the now suburban community of Raleigh, NC known as Millbrook. 3 GP-40's are in charge of the "trailer train" today which Seaboard operat... (more)
SOU E8A 6908 pauses in Greensboro, NC in December 1966.
N&W SD35 No. 1533 leads a set of six-axles eastbound with a manifest freight through Crewe, Va.
Seaboard Work Extra 1769 has the (original) Norfolk Southern derrick No. 900 and wrecker outfit in tow approaching Apex, NC. Several hours earlier, just south of this location, Seaboard train No.... (more)
RF&P F7A 1109 idles at Bryan Park, Acca Yard in Richmond, Va. November 1966.
Seaboard train No. 3 is working the passenger station at Raleigh, NC led by E7A 3017 in August, 1966.
Seaboard RS3 #1648 idles outside the diesel shop at Hialeah Yard, Miami, Fl. in May 1966.
Seaboard RS11 #106 idles at Hialeah Yard, Fl. coupled with RS3 #1638 in May 1966.
Operating as Extra 515 South, SAL No. 27 is approaching the Raleigh Roundhouse where a crew change will take place "on-the-fly". Tucked in behind the trio of GP30's are two brand new GP40's, in t... (more)