After a day of drilling storage cars around Bowersville, the Hartwell crew makes a late day run to pick up some cars on the main at Lavonia. The crew will take it a few miles and call it a day.
The shot is mundane, but the power is far from it! Especially in Georgia! Hartwell crews tied a train of storage cars just north Bowersville on a beautiful November afternoon with the J-Ball SD38 ... (more)
Northbound Hartwell train rolls out its final miles along Mize Rd in Toccoa.
Former EJ&E #654 screams along Wolfpit Road as the northbound Hartwell train quickly approaches the NS interchange at Toccoa.
3 of the 5 cars that derailed back in January are still laying on their sides as the former J SD38 leads a northbound train for the NS at Toccoa.
Northbound Hartwell train makes some noise as it rolls through the small town of Martin.
Former EJ&E 654 leads a northbound Hartwell train for the NS by the nicely restored depot at Lavonia.
Former EJ&E SD38 654 couples a cut of storage cars off the old HRT line to Hartwell to clear the line for a rare run out to Hartwell which would to my misfortune happen the following morning.
Thunderous skies brew behind the Rose Acre Feed Mill in Bowersville, GA as Hartwell Railroad's 654, a former EJ&E SD38, rides the lead into the mill to grab some hoppers to be taken North on an ou... (more)
Hartwell Railroad motive power seen tied down at the Wye in Toccoa, Georgia. The unit seen here is former EJ&E SD38 654, a very rare piece of equipment for the south.
Hartwell Railroad's Bowersville local pulls into Bowersville with former EJ&E SD38 654 leading two hoppers bound for the Rose Acre Feed Mill, which stands behind the camera in this view.
For my 75th photo on RP.net, Hartwell RR SD38 #654 idles in downtown Bowersville, GA.
Some of the Hartwell RR's mix bag of power idles in downtown Bowersville, GA.
Former "J Ball" SD38 ,HRT 654, idles away at the Rose Acre Feed Mill in Bowersville, Ga. It's odd to see this northern veteran so far south.
Hartwell crews pull their abnormally long train across the switch on the north end of the Toccoa Wye with the former EJE SD38 on point. They are interchanging cars with NS here at the wye. These c... (more)