Circa 1982, this old nee SAL unit is heading a train, NB I think. Cayce is the town just across the river, south of Columbia.
SCL GP30 #1331 was built January 1963 as Seaboard Air Line #522. It is leading SCL GP9 #1034, SCL SD45-2 #2051, SCL GP7 #771 and SCL U36B #1773
A SCL GP38-2 moves a transformer load northbound through LaCrosse on a cold January day. The train is on the now abandoned Seaboard Air Line Railway main line and is about to pass under the RT 58 ... (more)
SCL Train No. 110 rounds the curve at BX Tower after leaving Collier Yard with a motive power consist of seven locomotives.
A SCL switcher smokes up the Fall sky as it performs its switching duties at the north end of Collier Yard.
A SCL empty hopper train from the Wheelwright Power Plant on the former SAL line from Bellwood nears the junction with the A-Line at Centralia.
SCL GP40 1526 awaiting its next work in Raleigh, August '70.
SCL GP9 #1041 and GP40 #1526 at Raleigh, NC in the summer of 1970.
SCL 860 leading a short train on the Winston Salem Southbound at High Rock in the summer of '69.
A preserved SCL (built for the ACL) cabooses sits next to the restored depot in Chatsworth GA. Very rare to find a cabooses these days that still has all the windows as built and not plated over.
The Family Lines System Only operating from 1977 to 1982, this conglomerate of Southeast Railroads were able to coordinate their operations, facilities, motive power and rolling stock in o... (more)
This ballast car proclaims to be 48 years old (or 58 years old, depending on which you believe). Including its Atlantic Coast Line Heritage, much of its history is visible, both literally and imp... (more)
SCL GPs at Norlina, NC on a hazy summer day - July 1970
SCL Baldwin #58 working in Durham, NC.
A baby boat heads north with the Venice turn after spotting a boxcar in Nokomis. Next stop should be Sarasota.