Western Railway of Alabama track crews work to clean up derailment of Port of Mobile (AL) bound (Louisville & Nashville) coal train. The workers with the rail saw are at the point of the derailme... (more)
A few A&WP/WofA/GARR diesels were delivered or repainted to Family Lines paint and, for a few months at least, they tended to stay close to home.
Power for Athens branch service waits out a Sunday afternoon in the Union Point yard.
WofA GP7 #523 working a local at Augusta, GA // May 1971
WofA suffered a broken coupler on the pull up the hill headed north from Opelika, and waits in the siding for a repair crew from Montgomery.
Working Southern Railway interchange below unfinished 10th Street bridge
Western Railway of Alabama GP40 #707 was built May 1970 and later re# Seaboard System (SBD) #6795, then CSX 6795. Upon retirement, unit was rebuilt to GP40M-2 and re# SSW 7290
Western Railway of Alabama GP40 #701 leads train #211 past the coal tower and over the Southern Railway crossing. 211 served as the long-distance local between Atlanta and Montgomery, AL. All th... (more)
Western Railway of Alabama GP9 #531 was built May 1954 and later became Seaboard System #1004. Unit was later acquired by Caney Fork and Western and became CFWR #531
WofA 531 leading a mixed train at Newnan, GA in Sept. 1969.
Looks like the paint on the long hood could use some attention
The sun shines brightly on this semaphore in West Point, GA.
The engine terminal is full for Thanksgiving weekend in Atlanta. When operations resume, Western Railway of Alabama 6045, and its GP7 mates, are ready to lead A&WP train 211 to Montgomery, AL
WofA GP40 #705 awaits its next work at Camak, GA in Sept. 1978.