On my back to the frozen wastelands of Upper Michigan after spring break I got this Central of Georgia train near Soddy / Daisy Tennessee. A high hood SD35 running long hood forward was quite a tr... (more)
If you thought the Interstate's RS-3s were the last such Alco units to operate at Andover, VA---here's some visual proof that another RS-3 worked there several years later. Westmoreland Coal acqui... (more)
Northbound train passing through Elm in downtown Greensboro in this November 1971 scene.
Central of Georgia E7 #805 working at Pegram Shops in Atlanta, September 1969.
One of Southern's several spacer car operations - this one inherited from Central of Georgia - was between Albany and Dothan, Alabama. The relatively light spacer cars spread the weight of the Alc... (more)
The lights are on but the depot hasn't seen a train in over 20 years. The tracks have sat in limbo since the last NS train rolled by in the late 1980's, waiting for a day they will be needed again... (more)
A CG GP35 and a Southern GP30 least eastbound train 84 at Greensboro, NC || February 1970
Central of Georgia 806 leading the Nancy Hanks out of Terminal Station in Atlanta, Sept. 1969.
From the collection of RC Thomason, we see the Columbus C of GA yard, from the 13th St viaduct. There are at least 18 steam engines in this scene, and one diesel. The yard is still here today, but... (more)
You never know what you might find in the brush. This coal trestle is all that is left of the former Athens Gas & Fuel Co. The area between the former Georgia Railroad yard and the CofG was once f... (more)
Although not in her famed Blue, Gray & Black with orange stripes, CofG E7 807 still looks grand standing on Southern's Pergram Shop turn table in 1964. Note the modified vents directly behind the... (more)
CofG 29 in Southern paint.
CofG E7 #805 in Atlanta, Sept. 1969.
CofG Alco RS3 #118, 9/69.
CofG Alco S-2 #334 at East Point, GA in August 1973.