Two Atlanta icons lead a transfer run past an even bigger Atlanta icon. SOU 207 later became NS 59, and served nearly its entire career in the Atlanta area.
The Georgia Road's Hulsey Yard was always an interesting place to see motive power being serviced. Southern Pacific power was common on run-through freights from New Orleans. This scene is complet... (more)
Savannah & Atlanta 750 backs up for a lightly patronized photo runby on an Atlanta-Toccoa excursion trip in the spring of 1974. The locomotive was originally built for the Florida East Coast Railw... (more)
An eastbound Georgia Railroad "Super Mixed" train eases through a super elevated curve east of Clarkston, GA in 1977. Today's locomotive consist is all SCL power, with a GP40 leading three former ... (more)