CSX U30B #5340, its legacy obvious, tied down on the House Track. #5340 was built November 1972 as Chesapeake and Ohio (C&O) #8212
Seaboard Air Line has been gone 18 years, but it almost comes back to life on an old GP40 resting on a Sunday afternoon in the old SAL junction town of Richland.
A nice mix of models and schemes at Richland on a hazy Sunday afternoon 24 years ago. The U18B (in CSX blue and gray) and GP16 (in FL) were very common around Richland, while GP40s (like this one ... (more)
Higher horsepower B-Bs did show up on the Richland-Columbus line, but this pair of U18Bs bracketing a GP16 is an absolutely typical power set for the mid 1980s hereabouts.
As I recall this unit was nee-WM. It's typical Railtex (now Railamerica), off its home line.
A pair of GSWR GPs lead a train across the diamond at Richland, GA in March 1991. This trackage is no longer in place.
The Georgia Express, touring the State, seen here on Georgia Southwestern trackage
Pretty common sight in the SCL "13-D" 1970s - lash-up of Geeps. Yashica Mat 124-G Plus-X
Yashica Mat 124-G Plus-X
Setting out some pigs - a far cry from hotshot service! Yashica Mat 124-G Plus-X
Delivered from servicing in Columbus, Alco is ready for local work. Yashica Mat 124-G Plus-X