Bay Line GP9 #512, in service on the Abbeville & Grimes branch, on the Golden Peanut spur. #512, was built in 1956 as C&O 6085.
Eastern Alabama Railway's turn to Talladega is homeward bound toward Sylacauga, AL with a healthy train from the CSX interchange.
Climbing up a steady grade comprised entirely of jointed rail in typical short line fashion, the EARY Talladega Turn is practically at the halfway point between Dega and Sylacauga on this hot summ... (more)
As they make their way around a field of corn on the left, the EARY Talladega Turn comes into view with an orange and black Bay Line GP38 at the helm as they keep moving along at 10mph to Sylacaug... (more)
The EARY slips through a tree tunnel outside of Talladega, but not without a sucker hole for some nose light. The EARY road job is returning to Sylacauga with marble slurry empties, plastic pellet... (more)
Eastern Alabama Railway's (EARY) train from the CSX interchange nears home as it approaches Sylacauga behind an eclectic mix of power.
This isn't Panama City..: An out of place Bay Line GP38, now working on the Meridian & Bigbee in eastern Mississippi, sits at the G&W property's shops in downtown Meridian.
BAYL Yard Job doing some work at their Yard in Dothan, AL.
Atlanta & St. Andrews Bay RS1 #912 sits adjacent to the Chattahoochee Industrial Railroad shop. #912 was built October 1947 and sold to the Chattahoochee Industrial in 1984. Unit was briefly on t... (more)
Bay Line GP38 #511 is tied down on the spur serving Golden Peanut. This facility prepares "candy grade" peanuts for shipment all over the United States. These peanuts tend to be larger and tend to... (more)
The engineer gives a look back as he pulls the Brickyard train out of a customer’s track and back onto the State Docks lead with a cut of high side gondolas at the end.
As they head to the NS yard to pick up their train for today’s work along state docks track, the Bay Line 2015 poses for a solitary roster shot as NS 336 passes by in the background. In a few min... (more)
Columbus Style With a short train composed of only 4 tank cars, the Brickyard local does it just like the NS used to and runs long hood forward down 9th Street as it heads for Alabama and ... (more)
After successfully working the Schnitzer Recycling plant, today’s Brickyard slowly reverses to the NS mainline where it will head to the Columbus yard and retrieve today’s train.
Bay Line GP15T's 1599 and 1597 (ex Apalachicola Northern 722 and 720) are seen here working an industry along Columbus' Riverfront, on GSWR (former CSX) trackage, with a CCH crew.