Rolling through the town of Pembroke. Georgia Central 564 leads the eastbound morning train towards Ellabell, Georgia as it passes a Christmas Tree in the middle of town along the old Seaboard Air... (more)
Georgia Centrals westbound freight L782 passes through Lyons Georgia as the festivities of The Real Squeal BBQ Festival are in full swing.
Georgia Central 542, 537 and 549 idle after delivering a train to their yard in Savannah, GA.
The wonderful fleeting blue skies and pleasant temperatures of an Indian Summer finds the Westmoreland Dumptrain with my favorite -8 model on a loaded run in this attempt to economically do short... (more)
Westbound hoppers roll out of the fumes, adding some soot to the newly notched tunnel, modified to take double stacks. Seems odd how long those things have been around.
A coal train heading for the interchange with the TVA's railroad at the Kingston Plant. See also shot number 445755.
Georgia Central Y204 is stopped on the main near the yard board in Vidalia as GC MOW crews unload rail from flats that were delivered over the last few days.
WMSR 558 moves some cars around in the Cumberland Station
Locomotive power of Y204 along with 564 getting serviced at the shops as what is most likely the 2148 can be seen sitting inside of the shops getting worked on
An Amtrak B32 dash 8 sits at the Beech grove shops, Next to it sits an ex-VRE F40. Two outcasts surrounded by P40's and P42's.
Georgia Central L782 parallels Harry Jarriel LN at milepost 560 outside of Collins, Georgia heading east along the old Seaboard Air Line mainline
The silence in the Orland area was interrupted as GE motors on L782 rolls down hill bound for East Dublin with 522 in charge of the train
Running Support. The WM's B32-8 pulls the freight cars past with the 1309 on the other end. In this area of the railroad, the Western Maryland required a diesel helper to be on the end of ... (more)
Georgia Central L782 rounds the curve at Lyons with a short freight of mostly grain loads heading east towards Savannah with the triple nickle leading two other B32-8 sisters.
...or is it St. John's River Bridge? The debate continues, as they call it by both. At any rate, it's almost impossible to get a locomotive of this class leading here, so you celebrate in the ov... (more)