A 1949 vintage bay window cab - in rare G&F lettering - spends a gray afternoon at Southern's yard near the IM terminal in North Charleston. The yellow band signifies local service, but I don't k... (more)
GFRR's Foley turn rumbles through the small town of Morven, GA.
They dont call them the rolling hills of Georgia for nothing, here GF88 crests a substantial hogback just north of Morven,GA.
GFRR's Foley turn (GF88) rolls slowly southbound just outside of Barney, GA. The entire GFRR is now down to 10 mph due to years of deffered maintenance by the lines various operators.
GFRR's Foley turn (GF88) heads upgrade into Barney with a pair of the lines attractive GP40-2LW's in the lead. Even with the 10mph limit the two geeps were still working up the hill.
A worn out G&O castoff leads the Albany switcher GF1 just south of the yard as he heads to switch the Proctor & Gamble plant south of town. With the 100 + degree temperatures GFRR has been running... (more)
GA-FL Railnet, tied down and idling on a chilly night in GA...
Georgia Florida Railroad #500 on the mainline in Sparks, Georgia.
Georgia Florida Railnet working at Sly Junction in February 2005.
Georgia Florida Railnet B23-7 #7 leading its train at Doerun, GA in 2005. This unit was formerly a high-nose NS/SOU engine (#4008).
Georgia Flordia Rail Net 5002 leading at train across the bridge at Sly Junction, Feb. 2005.
GFRR is getting on the NS mainline to Sparks, just a couple miles north, where they get back on their own rails to Albany. This is presently the only trackage rights they use with runs to Valdost... (more)
While GFRR no longer runs from Albany to Valdosta, they do have this Willacoochee to Valdosta line off CSX. Local has just dropped cars & will head back light.
GFRR is running back to Albany from Adel. They will access the NS mainline for the brief sprint up to Sparks where they get back on their own rails.