With a return from Talladega complete, A84 goes to work switching coil cars in the small yard at Wilton with a nice looking EMD SD40-2 at the helm.
A lone locomotive of B&O heritage is all that is needed to pull the empty coil cars of today's A84 through Calera as the train advances towards the terminus of its journey in Wilton.
Southern Pacific Lines Tracing its origin to the 1870s, Southern Pacific’s Sunset medallion could be found on railroad maps, timetables, bridges and even on the nose of E-unit locomotives.... (more)
Three’s Company, Too! A “hat trick” of GP38-3 locomotives is captured in Wilton today, as the conductor of A84 knocks on the door and looks over the list of cars to sort with a pair of the ... (more)
A veteran SD40-2 of Norfolk Western heritage brings the local A84 through the Roberta Yard and back towards Wilton running as God intended, long hood forward.