An all EMD consist led by a SD50-3 is not something you see everyday. A724-17 has an ex-Seaboard System unit leading, an ex-Clinchfield SD40-2 next, and a SD70MAC trailing. The train is seen dro... (more)
Georgia Florida enters north Thomasville at sunset with classic EMD power as they are almost to the end of their run from Albany.
An ex-Louisville & Nashville EMD unit leads today's A745 on a trip to switch Hood Industries in Metcalf, Georgia. This line was once the Atlantic Coast Line's famous Perry Cut-off which hosted no... (more)
A Saturday edition of "sweeper" train A723 briefly stops in Thomasville Yard for a crew change. The Montgomery to Waycross mixed freight is about to enter the Thomasville Subdivision on... (more)
A four axle GE/GM combo pulls a covered hopper toward an industrial park east of the yard.
A former Louisville & Nashville and Conrail unit pair up to move cars around the CSX Thomasville yard.
This ex-Reading unit is the only power to be found Thomasville Yard today. The Thomasville Subdivision (part of the ex-ACL Bowline) was downgraded to locals only under Cindy Sanborn's "Netwo... (more)
Busy--and COLD--morning in Thomasville, which includes the Geometry train headed to Waycross.
A yard job shuffles a few cars around on a beautiful early spring day. CSXT 2642 is formerly L&N 4135 built in August 1973 (Serial #73631-11). SOme 42 years later, it's non-turbocharged 16-645 p... (more)
L685 is entering the Thomasville Subdivision on a beautiful Spring day in South Georgia. This train is on his last leg of his long journey from Nashville, TN to Waycross, GA.
Thomasville's old passenger station is visible in this photograph.
Transitional paint schemes for the change from Family Lines to Seaboard after the creation of CSX. You can see the origins of CSX "Rebel Gray".
The southbound Auto-Train / Floridian combined train makes its stop at Thomasville, GA.
The original Auto-Train operated service between Louisville, KY, and Sanford, FL, for a short while. For an even shorter while the Louisville Auto-Train and Amtrak's Floridian operated together! ... (more)