Seaboard System GP40-2 #6610, power for the College Park Switcher, switching a customer. #6610 was built March 1980 and delivered as Louisville & Nashville #6610. Later re# to CSX 6376; then re# ... (more)
CSX A742, a then Monday-Friday local job from College Park to the A&WP Belt Line was dedicated to Williams Brothers, the job ran like clock work on most days and always had the string of Williams ... (more)
In November of 2003, there was no such thing as YN3 or YN3B yet although some figured CSX was due for a change. Meanwhile we still enjoyed typical scenes such as this early morning view at College... (more)
Q541 slides through downtown College Park, Georgia and by the former A&WP depot now owned by the city.
This scene of a pair of CSX CW60ACs 695 & 678 at College Park, Georgia on February 7, 2010 with Q679 in tow was during the time when the majority of FRNs' didn't seem to care much of the throa... (more)
With it's clear coat pealing off, CSX B30-7 5578 and the majority of it's sisters were still very much active during 2003. (Slide Scan)
CW40-8 7746 leads a BNSF SD40-2 and a HLCX SD40T-2 with Q619 by the XXB10.8, South End of College Park, Georgia in CSX's A&WP/WofA Subdivision. (Slide Scan)
CSX A742 has returned from the A&WP Belt Line and is seen in the the siding at the South End of College Park, Georgia shortly before cutting off it's empty Williams Brothers sand hoppers which wil... (more)
Just a normal ole' roster shot of a ex Chessie phase llb GP40-2. The 6900s were noted in earlier years for being equipped with cab signals for use on the RF&P, after the CR merger the 6900s saw a ... (more)
Q617 glides through College Park, Georgia on it's Montgomery bound trip across the &AWp/WofA Subdivision. (Slide Scan)
A742 with it's B30-7 strolls south on the A&WP/WofA Subdivision through downtown College Park and past the depot which was still ownder by the railroad Slide Scan)
Local job A742 steps towards Lehigh Cement with it's cow & calf set, first order of business will be to pull the empties.
With a bad winter and record setting crude oil traffic, 2014 was an unexpected, but much appreciated year of crazy motive power consists.
HLCX SD40R Nș6341 was built in March 1966 as SP SD40 8436, it later went on to be rebuilt by the carrier in what become some of the last home rebuilt units. Looking damn near as good as when it wa... (more)
"Espee" HLCX Nș6341 charges up the A&WP/WofA Subdivision through College Park, Ga. during it's Waycross, Georgia to Cincinnati, Ohio trip.