Seaboard Coast Line MP15AC #4207, in former Georgia Railroad Hulsey Yard. #4207 later became Seaboard System (SBD) #4207 and later CSX #1177
Seaboard Coast Line MP15AC #4206, in former Seaboard Air Line Howell Yard. #4206 later became Seaboard System (SBD) #4206 and later CSX #1176
Seaboard Coast Line (Seaboard System) U18B #326 tied down across from the depot.
Seaboard Coast Line U18B #325 leads SCL train #352, the Lake City Turn, #325 was built May 1973 and later re# to CSX #1923
Seaboard Coast Line U36B #1773, leading a loaded Tampa (FL) bound coal train. #1773, built August 1970, later became CSX 5725
I shot this photo on a spring break trip to Florida. I don't remember the city though :).
Seaboard Coast Line GP9's #1027 & 1006, leading the Ideal (GA) Turn northbound back to Manchester Yard. #1027 was built November 1957 as Seaboard Air Line #1929.
SCL 874, its ACL heritage showing, has become an issue for a southbound crew headed from Columbia to Savannah on the former SAL main, and so is being shoved into a wood yard spur near Swansea. Th... (more)
Extremely short on motive power, the L&N "borrowed" quite a bit of power from parent SCL in the mid to late '70s, including some GE U25Cs. These units were awaiting servicing at Corbin i... (more)
A Family Lines caboose brings up the rear of a "funeral train" full of former L&N and SCL first-generation diesels. These locomotives are headed west on the IHB and are most likely boun... (more)
Evening shadows are growing long as Seaboard Coast Line No. 21, "Silver Star", is under full throttle as it begins its' uphill climb into Apex, NC. The train doesn't look very silver fr... (more)
Before L&N added these engines to their engine roster they leased them first. Noticed the L next to the number on the cab. This was a short lived deal with the L next to the number.
Northbound freight passing through Apex, NC in Feb. 1975
Engine #1101 wore #1503 when it worked for the SAL. It's the SCL era now, and #1101 is the slot for this motor idled by Labor Day weekend. That it is outfitted with A1A trucks makes it an oddbal... (more)
A 1950 veteran still serving 20 years after delivery to the SAL sits at the pit in Savannah over Labor Day weekend.