The purple slant nosed E3A sits in morning light.
The "Slant Noses" side by side. One of the better parts of the Streamliners event for me, was the to EMC E-units being together. Here the ACL 501 and the CB&Q 9911-A are posed for the ... (more)
The Atlantic Coast Line 1031 a 4-6-0 Ten Wheeler sits inside the old Spencer Shops roundhouse watching the sunset outside the window as it awaits for more crowds of onlookers at the NCTM.
SOU 6900 and ACL 501 rest in the North Carolina Transportation Museum's roundhouse.
A very faded and weathered Atlantic Coast Line 648 sits in the early morning sun at the Florida Davenport Sand Mine. Photo taken with permission.
The locomotive and caboose display at the historic station in Plant City, FL are decorated for the Christmas along with the buildings each year. Here they sit decorated for Christmas of 2016.
The old engine at the ACL offices is starting to get overgrown......eventually it will end up at Wilmington,NC. where the ACL headquarters used to be.
A Line of exotic diesels at the Spencer roundhouse. Southern 6900 has always been my personal favorite.
Engine crew of the ACL 501 pose proudly on their special train headed for Whitewater,WI..
With its trademark gyro light rotating, the classic purple and gold "Champion" goes for a spin on the turntable as part of a showcase of CSX predecessor power at NCTM during the "Texas Returns" ev... (more)
Atlantic Coast Line EMD SW7 No.644 switching cars at South Rocky Mount, NC. Part of my slide collection, no photographer listed.
ACL E8 No.500 and E6 No.518 with train 2, the East Coast Champion at Miami, Florida December 20, 1962. ACL E8 No.500 began life in 1939 as ACL's first passenger diesel E3(A) No.500, but was de... (more)
Streamliners at Spencer.
Atlantic Coast Line GP7 100 tied down at the Conrad Yelvington facility in Gainesviile, FL.