Two four axle EMD units (one ex-Conrail and one ex-Baltimore & Ohio) head down an industrial spur to switch a railroad car cleaning operation.
A Waycross-Miami mixed freight meets a Orlando-Waycross mixed freight across from the Locomotive Specialists shop in Waycross, Georgia.
Waycross to Tampa mixed freight Q441 passes the Locomotive Specialists and NRE facilities in Waycross, Georgia.
A very dirty GEVO leads a rare coal train down the Jesup Subdivision. T815 is a Typo, Kentucky to Haile, Florida as needed coal train for the Thompson S. Baker Cement Plant.
A fairly new UP Tier 4 EMD leads Q126 for Memphis and crosses the Satilla River outside of Waycross, Georgia
A severe thunderstorm is approaching Waycross. To the left is the Locomotive Specialist and former NRE facilities. You can see to former CN 7056 and LOSX 900 in the distance. Photo was taken fr... (more)
Former Union Pacific Y1381 sits at the entrance to the repair / rebuild shop at Locomotive Specialists, waiting for its turn to be rebuilt. Photo taken with permission.
Progress Rail 3066 sits in the rain at the Coastal Pines Technical College as thunderstorms surround the area. The locomotive was donated by Progress Rail Services and CSX for their Railroad Tech... (more)
Traction motors slowly rust under the Georgia sun as CSX 1538 goes through the rebuilding process at Locomotive Specialists in Waycross. Photo taken with permission.
Another in the series "A face only a mother could love", former CSX GP15-1 1538 is getting a "facial makeover" by the crew at Locomotive Specialists. Lots of bondo on the nose ... (more)
Former Canadian National 7056 flies the American Flag while former CSX 1538 is being rebuilt at the Locomotive Specialist shop. Photo taken with permission.
Another in the series "A face only a mother could love", CN 7056 waits for its turn to go through the rebuild process at Locomotive Specialists in Waycross, Georgia. Note the air condit... (more)
Another in the series of "A face only a mother could love"? CSX 7001 rusts in the Georgia morning light in Waycross. Photo taken with permission.