WAMX SD60 #6019 leads Alabama Southern (ABS) Train 112 east back to Tuscaloosa as they cross the Tombigbee River Bridge in Columbus, MS., with interchange from KCS at Artesia.
Canadian National's BC Rail Heritage ES44AC locomotive #3115, leads Alabama Southern Train 112 westbound through Columbus, MS., as they get ready to cross the Tombigbee River on their way to inter... (more)
Alabama Southern Railroad's eastbound "Artesia Turn" (ABS 112) crosses the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway into Columbus, Mississippi, beginning its trip back towards Tuscaloosa from the KC... (more)
Loaded oil train KCS symbol OJAAR-04 with a Alabama Southern crew, ABS100 train eastbound heading to Tuscaloosa AL passing 6th Street.
Artesia yard job working a steel mill
Watco engines lead an Alabama Southern train westbound to interchange at the KCS Artesia yard seen here crossing the trestle over the Tombigbee river.
Oil train loads heading to Tuscaloosa AL
Two Rare Old Baldwin DRS 6-4-1500 unit sit at the roads Columbus Mississippi shops Rust was the main color on these units by this time. A face only a mother could love perhaps but i like the ... (more)
The Golden Triangle Railroad heads through C&G Junction in Columbus, Mississippi.
A sheep among wolves. CAGY 8718, the sole remaining unit on the east end in green and yellow CAGY colors, rests in front of the roundhouse after working the Columbus Brickyard earlier that day. 87... (more)
The only one painted into blue, this old veteran rests in front of the ramshackle engine facilities of one of the last of the legendary Southern short lines.
Columbus & Greenville (CAGY) GP7 #619 switches in the yard. #619 was built October 1952 as Florida East Coast #619
Columbus and Greenville SW1 #505 sits outside the roundhouse. #505 was built September 1947 as Terminal Railroad Association of St. Louis (TRRA) #505
EMDX 7209 leads Westbound ABS 112 through Columbus.
Alabama Southern Train 112, the Reform, AL to Artesia, MS turn, heads West as they cross the Tombigbee River in Columbus, MS. The EMDX 7209 and the two KCS Locomotives had been used a couple of da... (more)