After dropping of a cut of tank cars for the midday Columbus Switcher to play with, the Mahrt Turn crosses over Brickyard Road as it will shortly return to its train and continue on south to the M... (more)
Open Door Policy Today’s Mahrt Turn props the door open as the train gets some cool air flow through the cab and prepares for a set out of tank cars on the State Docks lead track where the... (more)
Inaugural Run Crossing over the namesake Chattahoochee River, the first revenue run of G&W’s newest creation the Columbus and Chattahoochee Railroad heads south to the Mahrt paper mill whe... (more)
The Mahrt Turn finds itself in the desolate area of Holy Trinity and brightens up the greenery as the first revenue train is only miles from its terminus at the MeadWestvaco Corporation paper mill... (more)
Freedom The inaugural run of G&W's Columbus and Chattahoochee Railroad celebrate their independence by bringing a train of mostly empty cars through the neighborhoods of Oswichee and past ... (more)
One can't miss the sight of these orange beasts as they certainly stand out against the greenery of south Alabama as seen during their first revenue run.
The dazzling colors of the Columbus and Chattahoochee locomotives brighten up a gloomy day as this railroad pulls out their locomotive terminal for the first time as the initial operations in Colu... (more)
As they round a curve along Brickyard Road, the initial run of the Columbus and Chattahoochee Railroad takes its long train of empty boxcars and centerbeams south towards Mahrt.
The conductor makes it looks easy as he rides along on the inaugural run of Genesee & Wyoming's newest short line, the Columbus and Chattahoochee.