Seaboard System GP16's 4626 & 4625 lead Manchester (GA) bound train #587 (aka "The Wadley Turn). Seaboard System GP16 #4626 was built November 1955 as Seaboard Air Line GP9 #1921 and later became... (more)
Seaboard System SD40-2 #8087 leads GP30 #1305, GP38-2 #4086, U30B #1720 & GP40 #6689 with a Birmingham (north) bound train. #8087 was built May 1980 as Seaboard Coast Line #8087 and later became C... (more)
Seaboard System U36B #1763, U33B #1743 and GP38-2 #6007 lead the "Sand Turn" local into the yard Seaboard System U36B #1763 was built May 1970 as Seaboard Coast Line #1763 and later became CSX #57... (more)
Seaboard System GP40 #6782 was built June 1970 as Seaboard Coast Line #1628 and later became CSX #6782. After leaving CSX roster, unit was rebuilt to GP38M-3 and became Union Pacific #2504
The 1987 L&N Historical Society convention in Corbin, KY featured a memorable night shot where the High Line crossed the CV Sub main. The convention was held in October, but two months earlier, Ga... (more)
Seaboard System With the merger of the Seaboard Coast Line with the L&N and all the other railroads that made up the Family Lines System complete on December 1982, the Seaboard System was ... (more)
All GE B36-7s.
Southbound coal loads working through the Nolichucky Gorge near Poplar, NC.
A westbound Seaboard System trackage rights empty hopper train rolls through Tacoma, VA (on the N&W) en route from St. Paul, VA to Loyall, KY. Trios of the big SD50s were standard "big power" on t... (more)
Train 175 departs Moncrief Yard with SBD 1733, 5526, 5532, 5538 and U36B 1813.
Among the very first GP-38s built were those owned by Clinchfield. This one is stored in the Willams yard as evidenced by the 1/2 55 gallon drums used as stack caps (not a bad idea).
Originally CRR, then SCL these units always seemed to be an odd buy for the Clinchfield and anecdotal evidence is that they went to SCL because they were being damaged if they rocked at all inside... (more)
This ex-SCL unit is nicely reserviced and heading for "the field" to await assignment to an outbound train.
At least some of their units got this nice paint scheme before CSwhatever came along.