Northbound with six cars in morning light.
A48 heads east with a GP59/GP50 combo up front. The spur in the foreground heads to a woodyard which is still in operation but is no longer served by the railroad.
After a 3-1/2 hour lull in traffic, i am surprised to see of all possible engines, that 4610 would pass by. I guess the waiting was worth it!
A41 departs Opelika behind a pair of GP59s (including one in Operation Lifesaver paint) bracketing a GP50.
A Rocketbob-led '48 couples back to the train before notching out towards Salem.
B16 reconnects to train to push into the yard
An Operation LifeSaver GP59 in Croxton yard. There is a small American flag attached to the front cab handrails.
A close up look at the streamlined cab of this former EMD demonstrator GP59.
As the GO almost finishes crossing the doamond, the south track on the North Toronto has a high green.
With no work to be done at the chip mill this Sunday afternoon, A41 rolls right on through Jackson's Gap with the most interesting consist I've seen in awhile: Operation Lifesaver GP59 4632, strai... (more)
Couple of geeps making a turn off the R-line are about to cross the CSX's former SAL line here at Graham, near uptown Charlotte.
An unexpected visitor takes a break between switching duties.
GP59 unit on display at the 50th Anniversary celebration at Inman Yard.
Operation Lifesaver Special: operated from Birmingham to Ft Payne and back