GC L783 blasts upgrade with two U23B's leading a impressive row of double stacks through the small town of Daisy, GA. After many attempts I was finally able to capture the much sought after GC int... (more)
ex GT 7011
AAPRCO special in Jimmy Carter's home town. The 6049 is ex GT 6049, nee D&TSL 49
Westbound Georgia Central train passing through Claxton, GA in May 2010 with local decorations for Memorial Day in the foreground.
An old stately southern mansion & ex-Southern locomotives in south Georgia: A Southern scene if I've ever known one! Savannah to Groveland manifest L783 splits a lonely crossing in rural Bryan Cou... (more)
A duo of Georgia Central U-boats, of Southern and L&N heritage respectfully, guide the Savannah to Groveland manifest through the backwoods west of the famed port city of Savannah on a chilly wint... (more)
After running west out of Savannah and making a meet with an eastbound in an already-occupied siding, the westbound Georgia Central Savannah-Lyons freight is out and running again behind Rail Link... (more)
A pair of Georgia Central U23B's switching a cut of cars in the Georgia Central's yard in Macon, GA. GC 1004 is a former L&N unit, the rest are high hood former Southern Railway units.
A pair of Georgia Central U23B's get started up to earn the day's pay for the railroad. The 1004 is the only high hood unit on the roster, it is a former L&N unit, the rest are high hood former So... (more)
An operating museum piece, this ex-SOU unit is in front of the shops awaiting some work. Catch them while you can.
After spending most of its day on the other side of town tied down, the power from this morning’s train has completed a runar... (more)
Ex Sou #3950
Former Southern Railway/Norfolk Southern U23Bs still earn their keep on G&W's Georgia Central although they're showing their age. GC 3950 stands for a portrait in Macon, Georgia while awaiting its... (more)
Georgia Central's turn back to Macon crosses a rural road outside of Dublin, GA. One has to wonder how long these high hood U-boats will last in the 21st century...