Georgia Central L783 pulls high through Meldrim before shoving back into the siding and picking up several loaded chip hoppers on the rear. The Spanish moss dictates that the Georgia coast is not... (more)
Doing a little switching prior to heading west for the train swap.
GC Y115 comes engine light out of the siding after running around his train in Meldrim, GA on the old Central of GA mainline from Savannah to Macon, now owned by Georgia Central.
An ex Southern U23B and ex ATSF GP30 power intermodal train L784 through the small south Georgia town of Meldrim.
Westbound L783 prepares to depart Meldrim with one of the new players second out.
L783 heads west through Meldrim with containers on the head end for the Heart of Georgia at Vidalia.
GC L783 creeps across the 1/2 mile long Ogeechee River trestle in Meldrim,GA. The peaceful scene hides the dark past of this bridge. On June 28th 1959 an eastbound Seaboard Air Line manifest derai... (more)
This unit is actually the second unit on the westbound train which will go to Groveland and exchange trains with a train out of Lyons. Due to an east facing switch they are obliged to run around ... (more)
Only one place in the world you can see high hood U23Bs hauling intermodal containers under Spanish Moss.
GC L783 storms west with over 80 loads of coal as it passes through the small southern hamlet of Meldrim. At one point the Central of Georgia passed through this spot too, now only the SAL remains... (more)
GC L783 gets notched back up to track speed after crossing the imfamous 1 mile long Meldrim trestle, the site of the deadly Meldrim trestle disaster of 1959.