U73811 departs Calera. With two freshly rebuilt CM44AC’s on point, These two units are on their first revenue trip, and were only put into service in Birmingham a couple days... (more)
Birmingham Southern Alco HH900, Nº82 was pulled out from it's canopy on November 8, 2020 for a photo charter and is seen on the Calera & Shelby Railroad a few miles north of Calera, Alabama. 82 h... (more)
Birmingham Southern 82 leads at the Calera Depot.
Birmingham Southern 82 sits awaiting pickup at Calera as the engineer assist in the move.
Calera & Shelby's SW8s stand by the "Woodlawn Depot" at Calera, Alabama on the night of November 8, 2020.
Birmingham Southern Alco HH900, Nº82 was pulled out from it's canopy on November 8, 2020 for a photo charter and is seen at the Calera & Shelby depot in Calera, Alabama. 82 holds a title in sever... (more)
CSXT 8388 leading W024 loaded rail train out of Calera,AL
Norfolk Southern Train A84 heads north through Calera, AL., On their way to work Resolute Forest Products in Childersburg, AL.
Calera & Shelby's SW8's power a photo charter at Calera, Alabama on November 8, 2020 as the train steps through fall foliage and by a large downed tree that had recently been cleared from the righ... (more)
The Heart of Dixie Railroad Museum's pair of former U.S. Army SW8's are seen here leading a photo charter freight train east over Buxahatchee Creek bridge just outside of Calera, AL.
Owned by the Heart of Dixie Railroad Museum, Birmingham Southern Alco HH900 No. 82 (built in 1937) poses for a photo shoot in Calera, AL.
This locomotive was built by The American Locomotive Company (ALCO), in Schenectady, New York, in March 1937 under the construction number No. 68788. It was delivered to its original owner, the Bi... (more)