MSE 66 and company bring the southbound freight 51 through Movella, MS.
Train #51 pulls south after dropping the conductor and brakeman, preparing to do a lot of switching in their Big Point Yards. Fun fact, MSE's Kate Luce was the youngest female railroad CEO when s... (more)
One of the American success story railroads is the modern day Mississippi Export Railroad. Celebrating 100 years independently owned this year is the small shortline headquartered in Moss Point, M... (more)
A pair of Mississippi Export Railroad GP38-2's complete with gyra light and RS5T horn blast their way south through Agricola,MS on a fine spring morning.
Train 51 passes the MOW Facility in Hurley, MS.
MSE's southbound road freight is just starting to assemble their train in Evanston Yard.
A pair of Mississippi Export geeps pass fruit trees on a beautiful spring morning.
Mississippi Export’s original pair of GP38-2s (now upgraded to -3s) bring the morning freight 51 south through Dinky Boots (Agricola, MS).
Mississippi Export’s train 50 rolls north through the countryside of south Mississippi with MSE 67 and 66 on point.
Illuminated by golden hour light, MSE 65 and 70 bring their sixty-four car northbound Train 51 up the hill into Agricola, MS.
Mississippi Export’s northbound train 50 is seen just south of Agricola, MS with MSE 67 and 66 for power.
Power for the Mississippi Export is seen tied down waiting for a run to Pascagoula, Mississippi the next day. Mississippi Export 67 was originally built for the Canadian Pacific in 1986. The tra... (more)
MSE's northbound freight 50 pulls the hill into Agricola, MS with GP38-3 #66 and ex-L&C GP38-2 70 on point.