Come on, who doesn't like gyralites, Mars Lights, etc.? Hearing that roar in a deep Georgia night and watching that light sweeping the landscape will make you a believer.
Seaboard Coast Line (SCL) 765454, a railroad crane, rests in Mullins, South Carolina attached to several cupport cars. At the time, I thought CSX was positioning it there for the next inevitable C... (more)
An otherwise nice broadside of the Seaboard Coast Line U36B 1776, the first of hundreds of locomotives painted for the American Bicentennial in the 1970s and operating an all-Bicentennial train (2... (more)
Seaboard Coast Line C30-7 7053, constructed in March 1980, is the second C30-7 built for the railroad without a signal light between the numberboards. Instead, SCL 7052 through 7061, L&N 7062-706... (more)
SCL E6A poses at Denvers Union station
Vintage Locomotive in Oak Ridge shows off the new SCL paint scheme on SD45 2024. Photo taken with permission.
One of the several locals working out of Bennett Yard passes the Amtrak station behind a pretty interesting pair - U18B 333 and a GP30.
After a trip down the Croghan branch, the crew of the return leg of the Walterboro-Bennett Yard turn has reassembled their train in the mainline siding. When the air is up, they will head down th... (more)
After a quick drop-off/pick-up at Bennett Yard, the engineer on 120 has the pedal-to-the-metal on his three U36Bs to get his 145 cars rolling northward again. I believe the structure on the left ... (more)
The M-W-F eastbound local is leaving the combined L&N/SCL yard as it begins its trip down the Dothan Sub.
A CC U25C and BB U30B bracket a newer GEBB on a northbound freight at North Charleston.
The crew of this local turn - one of several based in North Charleston - is almost back to home base at Bennett Yard, just a few hundred yards ahead.
For the last few years, CSX has not been able to decide what to do with the line from Montgomery down through Dothan and Thomasville to Waycross. They don't seem to want it, but can't seem to let... (more)
A 'big' SCL freight heads south through rural Georgia behind a trio of U36Bs. At the time of the photo, Southern still operated a branch through Woodbury, but it is long gone.