KCS really nailed it when they came up with the Southern Belle scheme. In this frame, a trio of SD40 variants sporting the attractive paint cruise South after clearing the slow order at Wiggins.
KCS 3205 brings the Hattiesburg Local through Wiggins at a blistering 10 MPH.
The engineer on the Hattiesburg Local has eased his train up to comply with the 10 MPH restriction through the town of Wiggins.
A trio of KCS SD40's leads a short train through Wiggins as it heads south to Gulfport, MS. The Gulfport Sub is home to the last few remaining KCS SD40-2's.
The sun has sunk below the tree line as KCS 3162 in its first run since emerging in KCS Belle paint in Shreveport, Louisiana. The LG101 had a long day in Hattiesburg and they are only able to make... (more)
The KCS Gulfport-Hattiesburg local comes through Wiggins on its way back from Hattiesburg after dropping off cars at the CN yard and picking some up to take back.
KCS Job 16 is seen slowly moving into the town of Wiggins, Ms, behind three of the last motors holding out on the KCS roster in the battleship grey. Down to just a handful of four or five motors t... (more)
KCS 695 kinda blew up last week, spewing oil everywhere. I hate that it will probably go to into retirement because it was one of the best looking grey ghosts. They've got a temporary GP unit on... (more)
Pine St. in Wiggins is looking very patriotic for the holiday weekend, and having the Phase III heritage unit just added to the patriotic theme. All I have to say is, Merica.
Wiggins is home of the Whistle Stop Cafe. Why is it called the Whistle Stop? The train stops every day (blocking 2 of 4 crossings) while the crew picks up lunch before continuing their day. Wel... (more)