CSX stack train Q198 (Atlanta,GA - Savannah,GA) speeds east past a coaling tower from the Georgia Railroad days.
A former Conrail SD60I sits unassigned in Camak on a pleasant fall weekend. A coaling tower, one of two along the former Georgia Railroad route, stands as a reminder of the bygone steam era along ... (more)
That SCL GP40 in the power set is a sign that Family Lines is becoming an operational reality.
The mixed train to Macon (there's a coach tacked on the rear of the freight cars) heads out of Camak yard. It will be followed by the coal train headed for Georgia Power's Plant Harlee near Mille... (more)
On a hot, wet summer afternoon in coastal Georgia, the rain has stopped momentarily, and the gray skies have brightened a bit. The break lasts just long enough to shoot the power from Southern's ... (more)
A rerouted CSX Q542-26 sports some very welcomed UP power on the point as this train begins is traveling along the old Georgia Railroad Subdivison that connects Augusta, GA to Atlanta, GA. Seen he... (more)
U30Cs with a train of L&N coal wait on Camak's southwest side for the mixed train from Macon to arrive. Once the mixed is past, the coal train will head to Milledgeville, where it will make the la... (more)
After stopping for a quick crew change E225 accelerates past the depot in Camak on the old Georgia Road.
WofA GP40 #705 awaits its next work at Camak, GA in Sept. 1978.
Former Conrail/PC RS-11 working at Martin Marietta's Camak facility in March 1987.
Georgia Railroad GP7 #1022 in Camak, GA...October 1976.
Georgia Railroad 753 at Camak, GA in October 1978.
On the only day I've ever skipped school without my parents knowledge I took a trip out to Camak to see what I could find hanging around this old Georgia Railroad Yard. I ended up running into Atl... (more)
A&WP 729 heading west toward Atlanta as seen here rolling through Camak in October 1976.
Western Railway of Alabama steam pile driver at Camak, GA.