PREX 1355 and PREX 3000 at the Georgia Southern yard in Fort Valley, Georgia.
PREX 2053 spends a quiet Saturday afternoon near the old depot in Fort Valley, Georgia. The signals are for the Norfolk Southern mainline.
Built for CB&Q in February 1961, the unit served well in class one service until it's retirement in July of 1999. Soon after the still 567 powered turbo charged GP20 found it's way to Pioneer. 205... (more)
Georgia Southern's GMD SW1200RS 1355 is at Fort Valley, Georgia on the night of January 1, 2020.
Georgia Southern Railway's longstanding GP20s sit through the night in downtown Fort Valley, Georgia prior to the day's work which will start at 06:00 on this 11th of December 2019.
A former Western warrior now has a home in South Georgia. This Pioneer GP20 started life on the Chicago Burlington & Quincy way back in 1961. After the Burlington Northern merger, this unit wore... (more)
Power for the Georgia Southern sits by the old Central of Georgia freight depot on a quiet Sunday afternoon. The GP20 has been around since 1960 and served for the Santa Fe before becoming the pr... (more)
Built for the Chicago Burlington and Quincy, this locomotive is still hard at work in south Georgia under Pioneer ownership seen here basking in the afternoon sun.
One of Pioneer's GP20 units keeps the sits silently waiting for the next assignment. This GP20 was built in 1960 for the Santa Fe.
ex CSXT 4215, nee C&O 3020
Georgia Southern (Pioneer Railcorp) 3000 rests at Fort Valley which, according to the water tank, is "Georgia's Peach City."
Chug a lug lugging five miles an hour........
GASR GS1 has just finished switching the industrial park and is heading south for Perry through a grove of Pecan trees. Both units are unrebuilt GP20's with the 2053 showing a little bit of eviden... (more)
Georgia Southern train GS1 backs over some unstable track to interchange with the NS with a couple un-rebuilt GP20s.