Older EMD's and GE's wait to be scrapped while CSX Q685 with a CSX C44-8W and a CSX SD40-2 turns from the Fitz. Sub into Rice Yard at Waycross.
Among all the units on the property in Waycross, Many of them will never turn a wheel again and some will become bases for such things as Gensets. Seen here is a GE B36-7 that started out life as ... (more)
Among all the units on the property in Waycross, Many of them will never turn a wheel again and some will become bases for such things as Gensets. Here a former B&O/CSX GP40 along with a former RF... (more)
Many of these locomotives had been moved from this location to Waresboro, but have been turned & taken back to Waycross.
A768 has just returned from its short turn to Jesup. It is shoving into the yard instead of going in head first. This is a typical move to allow shorter trains to shove their consists on top of ... (more)
Specially modified SD-35 with no turbo, no d/b for service on the hump and this new yard, as I recall the last or next to last hump yard built in America.
An ex-BC Rail C36-7E in primer paint sits at the front of Progress Rail with an ex-NS C39-8 that is awaiting an uncertain fate, along with numerous other old soldiers from various builders and rai... (more)
Alot going on here... A CSX freight departs Rice yard with a LTEX SD40 in the lashup, as a quartet of old EMD's collect rust, all while the 9505 keeps an eye on two of its decapitated GE cousins ... (more)
A unit once owned by Power Source Supply now finds itself in company of other ragged GE's at Progress Rail Services.
A Norfolk Southern veteran awaits an uncertain fate at Progress Rail
A Pair of old GE's lead up the storage tracks at Progress Rail. One being a former ATSF unit, the other of unknown origins.
--wrecked unit at Rice Yard
Waiting out an uncertain future of retirement.