With duel heritages, NS 330 crosses the farmlands of Cook county north of Sparks with two heritage units up in front of two more locomotives as they head for Macon, Georgia.
Southern Era still lives here as this is one of the only places that everything seems unchanged from the recent signal upgrades and signage as a rail train heads "Southern style" long ho... (more)
Reames and Sons Concrete heads to tie up for the day as they just finished switching loaded rock hoppers under blue skies.
A beautiful Fall afternoon finds us trackside to catching a Kansas City, Missouri to Jacksonville, Florida loaded autorack train. The loaded train is seen passing by some of the only Southern era... (more)
April of 2003, stepping off the NS mainline, the GS&F District we've paused for a Stop & Flag at Sparks, Georgia with GF87 on the return trip back to Albany from Valdosta. Power at the time was mo... (more)
NS 151 OS's Sparks, Georgia on the GS&F District with a trio of CN motors, a C40-8M, SD50F and SD75. Sparks, Georgia is the only CTC controlled CP on the GS&F which is where the Georgia Florida Ra... (more)
A nice duo of former BNSF power heads south now under Progress Rail Leasing on a Valdosta bound Norfolk Southern freight.
NS 209 heads south with intermodal traffic for the FEC in Jacksonville.
Having just departed from Adel with an empty grainer, this train crosses the few open fields of south Georgia on a hot summer afternoon.
Georgia Florida Railroad #500 on the mainline in Sparks, Georgia.
After meeting NS 330 in Osgood siding, W21 and its lone SD60M continue on south.
Ex-C&O 6152 now wears little more than the Reames & Son markings. Locomotive works the new rock quarry on NS. Still has pull cord to roof of cab for airchimes. Photo taken on property with perm... (more)
ex-Guilford GP40-2 working in South Georgia