While driving in an area without any railroad tracks for 30 miles or so, the last thing I expected to see was a boxcar. To my surprise, an old Bay Line car served as a bridge to a camp next to th... (more)
HURRICANE MICHAEL!.... The category 4 storm caused massive damage to Panama City with winds well over 100mph. Sadly it devastated nearly everything in sight! Causing over $14 billion dollars wort... (more)
Apalachicola Northern #2058 has been reassigned to G&W sister road Bay Line Railroad.
A continuous flow of cars pass by on Highway 231, while business carries on as usual in Bay Line's Sherman Yard. Taking a break at the moment, TPW engine #3830 waits its turn for the next assignm... (more)
Powered up with its lights illuminated and still wearing its original Indiana Southern Railroad paint, this Power Line EMD engine starts the morning with the assignment of switching freight in Sh... (more)
Bay Line power at their Panama City shops.
Bay Line 511 takes a break from its duties.
Working under the G&W umbrella, Indiana Southern GP40 #4040 leads a Bay Line fertilizer train south across Bayou George into Panama City, Florida.
Power ASB shops Panama City
Atlanta & Saint Andrews Bay GP39 507 basks in the Florida sunshine on January 20th, 1973. Built in July 1970, ASAB 507 is one of 23 GP39s built by EMD - Literally one of them, as Chesapeake & Ohi... (more)
Atlanta & Saint Andrews Bay Alco RS1 #913 at work building the nightly train to Dothan, Alabama in Sherman Yard
An ASB caboose as well as other power sits outside the roads Panama City shops
An ASB GP sits at the ASB Panama City shops
Bay Line 509 at Panama City, FL || Summer 1973
Nice looking paint job and I always had a soft spot for a "torpedo boat" but I've never figured out chopping the nose but not lowering it enough to actually see out of without getting out of the s... (more)