a US Sugar SW1200 rests along with 4 other switchers in St. Marys.
Former SCL / L&N Family Lines bay window caboose at the St. Marys Railroad depot.
St. Mary's Railroad 507, originally Seaboard Airline GP7 1800 built in 1952, is coupled Lehigh Valley Coal Co. 126 shortly after the 126 was unloaded from a tractor trailer. In a short matter of t... (more)
While we often see rail-head reflection shots of big Class 1 power on highly polished, well ballasted track, railroading on short lines is not so dramatic.
The 2PM "Peter Cottontail" excursion departs St. Marys, GA. At one time the St. Marys Railroad served a massive paper mill that loomed over the namesake town. The old shops have been co... (more)
The St. Marys Railroad now serving a second life as a tourist operation with some converted flatcars and a exSeaboard System GP16.
Engineer Paul Pleasant rolls a cut of cars through the bustling little town of Kingsland enroute to St Marys under an armed escort.
Two icons take a break on the shortline St. Marys Railroad deep in southeast Georgia. Richard has been railroading a total of 53 years, while the switcher was built in 1960. Terrific little operat... (more)
I'd like to say it was snowing but there must have been a large flight of birds overhead recently.
St. Marys Railroad 504 working the mill at St. Marys, GA in April 1994.
St. Marys RR switcher sits with capped stacks, having run its last miles on this road.
Awaiting interchange to First Coast Railroad. Unit was purchased by WATCO in Jacksonville, FL for rebuild and sale. SMRR still has two other functional engines.