GAGY 703 came from the Southern Railway.
The C & C power takes a break at the depot.
CAGY 1804 and CCKY 103 are tied down in Lafayette on a muggy June afternoon. The 1804 has been on the Chattooga & Chickamauga for about two years now. CAGY is CCKY's parent company, or at least it... (more)
Just out of the shop, Columbus & Greenville 8720 rests over the pit behind the CAGY roundhouse.
The newest power on the Chattooga and Chickamauga Railway is ready to head back to Lafayette, Ga after switching plastic cars for Shaw Industries. Plastic is transfered from the cars to trucks and... (more)
Columbus and Greenville #1804 (blt 1/56 IC GP9 #9185 later IC GP11 #8736) rests outside the Lafayette Depot after being brought from Mississippi to its new home on the C&C.
Chattooga & Chickamauga's newest motive power. CAGY 1804 leads CCKY CF7 103 and 4 cars south through Lafayette.
CAGY 1804 in fresh paint.
The daily turn from Greenwood to Columbus is seen on a part of the CAGY that is no longer in use due to a bridge being out.
A CAGY CF7 , The City of Greenwood, is seen in Greenwood Yard.
Sporting a 25th year logo, CAGY 2000 is parked in the Greenwood Yard over the Christmas holiday.
CAGY CF7 804 sitting at Greenwood, Ms. awaiting its next assignment