Now if I could only get this same scene with three Central of Georgia RS-3's, I'd be in heaven...
489 is steamed up and fit with a plow to lead tomorrows flanger special for photographers on the east end of the CT&S.
Under a crescent moon, this US&S Type TR-2 "tri-light" stands guard along the former SAL/CG interlocking. The SAL used to be CTC from Birmingham to Atlanta, but was abandoned by CSX in 1989. The r... (more)
A southbound off of the old SAL comes through East Wye in the distance and knocks down the signal at Huff Road, while a trespasser occupies the other main. Note the interesting arrangement of sear... (more)
Further up from the depot, this trio of Geeps are tucked away on a storage track. Note this well-weathered GP38-2 is sublettered for the Georgia Southern & Florida.
IIC 8652, a former Lehigh Valley SW900, sits idle on a Sunday morning.
An alternate scheduled Q199 (hence the "L199"), traverses one of the many dips and hogbacks along the Abbeville Sub. This train originates in Charlotte, and terminates at Hulsey Yard, in downtown ... (more)
Pan shot of the elegantly simple KCS boxcars coming over the Central of Georgia diamond at Opelika.
A746 winds down the hill and through the broad curve at the XXB 105.
About to sneak by us, we caught T101 at Pyne, before it got on its way to meeting another at Standing Rock. Note the doll armed searchlight signal on the inside of the curve. A dwarf resides at ... (more)
A second section of NS 137 prepares to shove back into the connection with the EARY. M37 would then leave all but one car. The traimaster was riding with the crew, and would later hop on NS 334 to... (more)
The local's head power is gone, but they stuck a third unit on the rear to probably account for some tricky switching maneuvers around the Port of Providence.
A light local shuffles around the yard at Cartersville, as a rock train waits for a signal in the foreground.
Here's a view of the railroad side at the NS Atlanta intermodal facility in Austell, GA
The SRS 145, "Bob McGuire", sits tied down at the MRL Headquarters in Missoula on this blustery and chilled fall day.