Upon delivery, Georgia Railroad 6051 was sublettered "Franklin M. Garrett", a long-time and popular Atlanta area historian and railfan. Unit later became CSX 2702
Built as L&N 6016, the 6016 eventually became CSX 2667. The L&N heritage is obvious by the chain hanging from the frame of the locomotive. This track is about 300 yards west of the depot.
Waiting in the siding for a southbound
Looks like the field is ready for planting
507, the Manchester-Fitzgerald local freight, is leaving promptly on its 8:00am call for a day of working sand pits and pulpwood yards on its journey to Fitzgerald, GA
The LaGrange Switcher covers former Seaboard Coast Line and Atlanta & West Point joint terminal duties at this location. This west central Georgia location has long been a source of good business... (more)
Seaboard System train #510 is easing out of the siding and up Pine Mountain into Manchester, GA. GP16 4714 was rebuilt from SCL GP7 #786 (former ACL 101)
One of 10 of the unique units originally acquired by the Seaboard Coast Line
Trio of 'Tote Boats' overtakes a coal train at the south end of the double track through Kennesaw
About to enter the K&A and head for Etowah
A friendly wave from the fireman's side of the cab as the Etowah-Copperhill excursion nears its outbound destination
Two SD40-2s and a pair of GEs lead a southbound loaded coal train through Green Mountain, NC in October 1985.
Two months before being merged into CSX the Seaboard F units lead a nouthbound passenger train near Green Mountain, NC on the present-day CSX Blue Ridge Subdivision
A passenger excursion for Kentucky Railway Museum arrives at West Lexington on an overcast day. The shot was taken from the Southern (CNO&TP) overpass.
Etowah-Copperhill excursion coming around the Loop on the lower level; will cross the trestle in just a few minutes.