Local power tied up at Gulfport on a beautiful spring afternoon.
The Gulfport local pauses for authority to cross the CSX NO&M sub after switching the docks.
The daily local snakes through downtown heading back to the yard after switching the docks at Port of Gulfport.
KCS power for the Gulfport-Hattiesburg local rests overnight in Gulfport.
Two KCS geeps switch the Gulfport Yard in the late afternoon sun. 2854 is of B&O, and later, CSX heritage.
It was a beautiful, warm day to be the first day of December and this pair of engines was setting up to do a little yard work.
A vacation to the Gulf Coast would occasionally necessitate the side trip to drop a few coins in a one armed bandit and to get to the closest outpost for some exotic power. Here a "bug eyed" Geep... (more)
She's a little patched and battered but still in the old scheme at this late date.
Sporting its new number this unit awaits the next call for a northbound.
The Port of Gulfport is back in business and the KCS branch is too.
Sitting In The Yard
Will lead today's northbound train to Hattiesburg
A Gateway Western and Midsouth (Both I believe to be owned by KCS) rest near the refueling post in Gulfport MS. The Midsouth unit looks to be an ex ICG rebuild.
KCS 4020 (ex-BM GP38-2) and MSRC 1032 sit in the yard right next to Hwy 49 waiting for an assignment.
MSRC sister units 1082 and 1081 heading south on a short local.