The GFRR works gathering cars from the Norfolk Southern side of town with three motors smoking it up some in the muggy summer air.
April of 2003, stepping off the NS mainline, the GS&F District we've paused for a Stop & Flag at Sparks, Georgia with GF87 on the return trip back to Albany from Valdosta. Power at the time was mo... (more)
With the days last light fading away in a spectacular late spring sunset, the Foley job heading for Perry, Florida is seen slowly creeping along at the 10mph track speed and will be a long trip fo... (more)
Two of the four ex-Canadian National units that reside on the Georgia & Florida roster bask in the late afternoon sun as they wait to return a train to the Sunshine State.
Awaiting traffic from NS to come into town the following day, GFRR power is seen waiting during the setting days light on the Foley Branch.
The Moultire job heads south from Albany as it is almost to town for work and then head back to their yard.
Taking the slightly still elevated curve south of Doerun, the Moultrie Turn heads south from working the mill just up the road with the only GP20 left on GFRR.
Georgia Florida enters north Thomasville at sunset with classic EMD power as they are almost to the end of their run from Albany.
Georgia Florida Railroad GP40-2 500, built for the Boston and Maine as their 307 in December of 1977, switches out interchange cars with Norfolk Southern in their Adel yard in Adel, GA. This is no... (more)
The GFRR Adel to Foley job is ready to take another string of cars to the Buckeye Cellulose plant just outside of Perry, Florida.
Busy--and COLD--morning in Thomasville, which includes the Geometry train headed to Waycross.
Everything is standing around on this crisp chilly day in Adel. Georgia. Soon the crew will be here to take the cars behind the 502 in the distance south for Perry, Florida.
Georgia & Florida Railway (GFRR) Local GF86 AKA the Camilla Job is seen here heading South through Putney, GA.
Awaiting a crew to take it south, this Georgia Florida Railnet train looks to be a little over powered for the trip south on the Foley Branch that goes all the way down to Perry, FL.