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)
GTRA 819 heads East into Columbus where they will turn and head North on the BNSF.
This is a AGR local that normally gets tied down here on the weekends
Alabama Southerns, Tuscaloosa, AL to Artesia, MS turn heads back east to Tuscaloosa, AL as they cross over the Tombigbee River in Columbus, MS.
The Golden Triangle Railroad is seen here heading back to their home base at Trinity, MS. After interchanging with the Columbus & Greenville Railway a few miles back in downtown Columbus. They are... (more)
An Alabama Southern Train heads back east to Tuscaloosa, AL. With interchange from KCS at Arteisa, MS. As they pass over the Tombigbee River in Columbus, MS.
Rare shot of GTRA G1 in town since it never leaves the mill. It is returning to the mill via KCS tracks.
CAGY GP11 #8718 is seen here sitting in Columbus, MS. Waiting on its next assignment
CAGY SD40-2 #3310 is seen here sitting in Columbus, MS. Awaiting its next move
CAGY GP38 High Hood #2777 is seen here sitting in Columbus, MS.
CAGY GP11 #8718 along with a couple of other Locomotives are seen here resting for the night in Columbus, MS.