Seaboard System B23-7 #5149 sits behind the Albany Yard Office. #5149 was built September 1978 as Seaboard Coast Line #5149 and later became CSX #3138
Seaboard Coast Line U18B #261, with the much smaller fuel tank designed for branch line service on ultra light rail. #261, built December 1973, was later re# CSX 1899
On a gray winter day - back when most everything in Georgia south of Atlanta was SCL or Southern - a southbound freight departed Albany. The big roads are mostly gone from this territory today, h... (more)
The only Georgia & Florida locomotive painted under Omnitrax ownership sits idle in the ex-Atlantic Coast Line yard in downtown Albany.
Bay Line ex- VRE EMD GP39-2 (Rblt GP40) @ Albany, GA on 3/23/2016. Power arriving from Smithville. Note the extra length.
G&O 2882 resting at Albany, GA || Feb 2000
Southern Railway GP38 #2774 on the Engine Track. #2774 was built November 1969 and later became Norfolk Southern #2774
The Moultrie/Adel Job heads south for todays 10mph run.
Never know what you will find on a shortline! Sitting in the Georgia & Florida Railway's yard today is an ex-Illinois Central GP10 and an ex-Burlington Northern caboose. The caboose is lettered ... (more)
Two of the Georgia & Florida Railway's locomotives soak up the warm September sun. The 502 is an ex-Guilford unit and originally Boston & Maine. The 5002 is a GP20 and is ex-Milwaukee Road.
An exGuliford unit with signs of it's Boston and Maine Railroad heritage fading through.
One of the two crossings that cross over the yard tracks in Albany is the only one I have seen say "10 Tracks" on the crossing. This NS local is coming in from the Hilton line and is using one of ... (more)
Seaboard Coast Line U18B #319 tied down behind the yard office. #319 was built May 1973 and later re# to CSX 1917