On the morning of June 17, this Norfolk Southern intermodal train hit a tractor trailer that was stuck at a grade crossing. It derailed after the impact. Amazingly, everyone walked away with minor... (more)
On the morning of June 17th, this Norfolk Southern intermodal train hit a tractor trailer that was stuck at a grade crossing. It derailed after the impact. Amazingly, everyone walked away with min... (more)
The 1959 Budd built former New York Central Railroad "Loch Arkaig"(10802)/Northern Pacific Railway 335/Amtrak 2092 24-8 slumbercoach is displayed at the Southeastern Railway Museum in Du... (more)
Our historical line up for the day is made up of Georgia Railroad GP7 1026, CSX SD45-2 8954, and Jeddo Coal 85.
Southern 6901 on display at Southeastern Railway Museum.
Southeastern Railway Museum's GE 50-ton switcher sits at the yard.
Retired CSXT8954 on display at Southeastern Railway Museum.
Railfans wave as NS 119 passes Duluth in a brief moment of sunlight on an otherwise cloudy afternoon.
Norfolk Southern train 238 breezes by Georgia Railroad GP7 #1026 at the Southeastern Railway Museum in Duluth, Georgia, on a quiet Sunday evening, with a "merger consist" of Southern and... (more)
As the sun begins to dip below the partly cloudy sky, NS 40G makes a southbound run through Downtown Duluth during the annual Christmas Festival. 40G runs from the feed mill up in Baldwin, GA to v... (more)
Georgia Power. This Geep rests at the museum, with the CSX SD45 peeking around from behind. According to the website, it was built in 1950. It apparently served with the Stone Mountain Rou... (more)
Historic Power. To the right is the Museum's GE 50-Ton Switcher, which transports visitors around the property. According to the Museum website, the unit was built in 1948 for the Anglo-Ca... (more)
Three of the Southeastern Railway Museum's more notable diesel-electrics. From left to right:
CSX 8954: The museum's newest & most powerful locomotive. Built by the El... (more)
Southeastern Railway Museum 50 Tonner number 3 leads another trip up the hill.
Southern Railway 6901 sits on display at the Southeastern Railway Museum.