A typical lash-up from the early days of CSX before the flood of GE C40s started arriving, this set is led by an SCL GP40, followed by a GP30 still in B&O blue, and either a B23-7 or B30-7 Seaboar... (more)
It's a cool evening in early 1983, as a Seaboard System crew makes a transfer run to the NS yard to return a U23B and Southern caboose. The newly organized Seaboard System Railroad already had tee... (more)
Having completed an impromptu photo run to Blair with members/volunteers of SARM, the newly relettered/numbered Seaboard Coast Line SD45 2024 poses briefly before shoving back to storage.
Working the wood yards around the Roanoke depot is what I beleve was a turn (a 'flip' in SCL parlance, I think) that originated in Manchester and made a round trip from there to Roanoke (or maybe ... (more)
Conrail meets Seaboard Coast Line.. SCL SD45 2024 was posed at Blair to meet a rather late NS 23G with the Conrail Heritage ES44AC leading. A big thank you goes out to all involved in making this ... (more)
The SCL SD45 poses on a quiet night with its new livery.
The newest addition to the SARM family, Seaboard Coast Line SD45 2024, backs three container flats across Blair Road.
Seaboard Coast Line SD45 number 2024 leads a container train through a curve over Oxier Creek near Blair, Tennessee.
Built in 1971 for the Seaboard Coast Line Railroad, SD45 number 2024 has been restored to its former glory and is part of the operational equipment at the Southern Appalcahia Railway Museum in Oak... (more)
Looking rather old forty years ago.
SCL U36B and GP7 at St.Pete.
Southern Appalachia Railway Museum's recently acquired ex-SCL SD45 (2024) is on the head of a freight train bound for Blair and interchange with Norfolk Southern.
Northbound SCL hotshot arriving Waycross, GA
View of SCL meet Braganza, GA from cab of SCL SD45