The substantial brick station (which they painted white for some reason) at the north end of the yard gives an idea of the onetime importance of Sumter, SC to the ACL, which ran in five directions... (more)
On RF&P. Racks before passenger cars, just the opposite of the Amtrak version. Amtrak's makes more sense relative to slack action.
Last CSX U36B. This engine is used at the engine shop in Waycross.
A Seaboard System U36B sits with an ex-C&O SD35 at the Cumberland MD locomotive shops.
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)
The original Auto-Train, led by U36B #4006, passes through RF&P's Acca Yard in Richmond, VA.
CSXT Northbound Freight Train at Winder, Ga. on CSXT'S Abbeville Sub with a pair of U36B'S leading a slug all still in Seaboard System Paint