After dropping off cars, the Valdosta Railway passes the crossing on the interchange track in town on the way back to their yard.
Valdosta Railway's newest addition was the 1200. Started on the Cotton Belt, spun off to the Louisiana Delta SW1200 then rebuilt in Panama City and had a radiator section added to the nose similar... (more)
Working hard at its new job on the Valdosta Railway, the VR 1200 is about to pass thru the industrial park on the way back to the paper mill in Clyattville, Georgia.
Heading out of the Valdosta Railway yard and headed back to Clyattville, the VR 1284 throttles up in excellent clear weather.
Very rare to see both engines used by the Valdosta Railway on one train but today was my lucky day as both are seen chugging away coming into Valdosta. The 2207 is an ex ATSF GP7 built in 1951 and... (more)
A long way from home. A Little Rock & Western SW1504 gets a train ready for the trip to the Valdosta Railway yard in Clyattville, Georgia. The SW1504 is a rare find; they were only made for Mexi... (more)
With a new horn blaring, this veteran from the IC is seen here heading back to the yard from dropping cars for the CSX before Christmas. This unit was built December of 1958. Looks good for being... (more)
Valdosta Railway GP7 #184 at Clyatville, GA in 2005.
Valdosta Railway 8371 working at Valdosta, GA in 2005.
VR 1284 awaits it's next assignment behind Valdosta Railway Headquarters.
High Nose VR 184 awaits it's next assignment behind Valdosta Railway Headquarters.
MTI 1702 is used by the Valdosta Railway as a parts bin.
the entire Valdosta Railway roster. Green GP7 MTI 1702 in the background is a parts supply