On a muggy summer evening, the engineer of Georgia Road GP7 No. 1026 pulls ahead after taking on water. For more information about this locomotive and the museum, visit http://www.srmduluth.org/
The crew of Georgia Railroad 1026 has just found a hotbox on a Southern Railway gondola loaded with scrap parts. The heavy car is not fond of moving, making it a long night for the crew.
Dusk falls at the close of a miserably hot summer day in Georgia as Georgia Railroad GP7 1026 idles with a short freight train in tow before continuing east toward Augusta.
A train is being built for an outbound Georgia Railroad freight train to leave later in the evening. The gondola pictured behind the locomotive would prove problematic for the crew during the trai... (more)
Local job P68 pulls out five empty center beams from Capitol Materials
The former Southern Railway color light signals at Duluth change to show a clear for NS 213, which is a few blocks away approaching at a fairly rapid pace. This is only a few nights before the lig... (more)
Despite its poor physical state, Savannah & Atlanta Pacific 750 looks wonderful in the main exhibit hall at the Southeastern Railway Museum. Originally built for the Florida East Coast and used on... (more)
Late in the evening, an older Union Pacific GE leads Atlanta-Charleston, SC intermodal train 238 up the Greenville District of NS's Piedmont Division. The train will stop in a mile or so at the no... (more)
Once pulling the hottest trains on the Southern system, these consecutively-numbered NS GP38-3s are both former high hood GP50s built in 1980 and are now in local service. On its return trip from ... (more)
Running almost three hours late, Amtrak's southbound Crescent is seen diverging onto track two at Duluth, in order to meet NS 212 at Carolina. Today's Crescent is lead by Amtrak's Ph... (more)
I've always liked railroad signals and am really glad I stopped to capture a few evening photos of this signal bridge, even though it meant driving in day before Thanksgiving rush hour traffic.
Ragged and rusted, this old relic still shows its identity thru all the years since it was last used on the railroad. Long live the Southern Railway!
Georgia Railroad GP7 #1026 is shoved onto a track by NS MP15E #2412
NS SD40 #3170 painted in Southern Railway tuxedo colors on display at the Southeastern Railway Museum