One of 17 E8's ordered by Southern, Sou 6900 is blessed to live to this day! Posed a the Streamliners At Spencer event, the beauty poses proud with other fellow streamliners and its amazing that s... (more)
With brush and weeds growing around it a Southern SW1
rusts to the rails in Wadley Ga.
This is a snap shot taken by an unknown photographer. The print has been in my collection for decades, and I have no recollection of where it came from. However, I do know this is train 46, the no... (more)
Southern 2-10-4 #610, cylinder cocks open, departs the North Wye at K&IT’s Youngtown Yard on 6-10-78. The former T&P locomotive is taking an excursion train from Louisville to Danville, KY on a t... (more)
Stearns, KY was roughly mid-way between Cincinnati and Chattanooga on Southern Railway's Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific subsidiary. A northbound local behind heavy USRA Mike 6319 (Souther... (more)
A Sunday afternoon at the Whippany Railway Museum finds a great collection of equipment on display. Notice in the center the bright red locomotive... that's Rahway Valley GE 70 ton 16 which is bei... (more)
A crew heads back to the yard with a cut of cars from the Cooper River port area downtown.
A GP38-2 leads a Spartanburg freight into Andrews Yard as another Dash-2 handles a switch job.
Brand-new 5224 switches North Charleston. That pulpwood may be headed for Westvaco's plant on the Cooper River a couple miles south of here.
Snow is just starting to spit as a pair of GP50s - one SOU/one NS - assisted by a Mopac GP38 bring a northbound into Rome.
A westbound train - probably #45 - clunks across the WofA mainline in Opelika on a typically hazy late spring day in Alabama.
A dusty SW-slug set rolls through Inman Yard in northwest Atlanta. That's the L&N on the higher level.
Fresh from a repainting by Norfolk Southern, Southern 6900 practically shone. Although it was, to a certain extent, left out of the lime-light because of the event's more exotic participants, the ... (more)
Southbound 4501, headed for Kingsport.
This venerable hogger may be having a hard time keeping his focus on working the WofA interchange in Opelka, what with his last day on the railroad likely getting close.