Apalachicola Northern GP15T #721 is the last of three units built for AN in 1983 to still wear its AN colors. It was delivered in yellow with blue stripes and lettering and repainted into this sc... (more)
Short line with long name. On a restful Sunday all three of AN EMD GP15T are tied up at Port St. Joe, Fla. They are the newest motive power on the 96-mile line, owned by St. Joe Paper Co.
Well equipped and in one of the finest simple classic looking paint schemes around.
These are Ts but are unique to AN because unlike CSX Ts these have no D/B and no centrifugal air filtering.
This AN locomotive seen here pulling a cut of boxcars is one, if not the only one in this model left in the AN paint scheme.
Southbound A&N train crossing the Apalachiacola River, August 1973
After losing the Port St Joe paper mill business, 72 was reduced to a 3 engine consist: 2 rare GP15T (only 28 built) and SW1500 with flexicoil trucks.
Within a year, these two units would be wearing the blue paint scheme. Kodachrome 64, Minolta X-700, Rokkor 35-70mm f3.5