Seaboard Coast Line GP38-2's #529 & 551 and U30B #1700, smoking heavily, leads 323's train southbound on the "S" curve over the Southern Railway "M" line between Macon and Colu... (more)
Seaboard Coast Line GP38-2's # 526 & 525, serving as power for the Lineville Road Switcher, sit on the Outside Track across from the depot. #526 was built October 1973 and later became Seaboard S... (more)
Seaboard Coast Line GP38-2 #525, U33B 1729 & SD40-2 8062 lead 380's extra. #525 was built October 1973 and became SBD 525, then SBD/CSX 2525
Seaboard Coast Line GP16 #4704, crossing the Southern Railway Birmingham-Sheffield NA line at 27th Street, returning to the former Louisville & Nashville Boyles Yard. #4704 was originally a GP7 b... (more)
Seaboard Coast Line GP16 #4620, on the shop track, awaiting use as lead unit on the Wadley(AL) Turn (trains 588/587). #4620 was built November 1955 as Seaboard Air Line GP9 #1920; later re# SCL 1... (more)
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)