Early on a humid morning, the usual deep-south haze combines with fog rising from Mobile Bay to obscure distant objects. In the ex-GM&O yard below Telegraph Road, a crew uses an all ex-IC locomot... (more)
Strings of Terminal Railway cars and a ship create a backdrop for a pair of Paducah rebuilds switching in the former GM&O yard. Just a few years earlier, red Alcos would have performed this job.
A pair of switch crews utilizing GP10s work ICG's main Mobile yard. That's Telegraph Road in the background, with the Southern yard to the left, and the Frisco/BN to the right.
Mobile was more generally B-B territory in GM&O and ICG days, but the C-Cs did make their way to the Gulf shores occasionally. On this nice January day 6044 - one of ten ex-CRI&P units acquired af... (more)
ICG GP8 7740 is leading a slightly newer Paducah-built GP10 as a switch job heads across the Southern crossing. In the background are the yards of the Southern and, across Telegraph Road, the BN (... (more)
A fairly fresh example of one of Paducah's final efforts at redoing early geeps...
Just in time for Halloween - a faded pumpkin. Even though IC/ICG had trouble with the orange in their orange and white scheme fading, they somehow reached a decision that solid orange might work. ... (more)