Bo'Bo' diesel locomotive Td # 386 of Green Cargo. Rebuilt from T44 with new 1359 kW MTU diesel motor 2010/2011.
The Peninsular Railfans Club promoted a trip on the Atlantic Coast Line on May 1, 1949. A stop at the Lakeland roundhouse and terminal was included and numerous photos were exposed at various stop... (more)
Atlantic Coast Line 4-6-0 Class K-6 386 was built in 1906 by Burnham, Williams & Co. She had 64" drivers, 20 x 26 inch cylinders, boiler pressure of 185 lbs, and produced 25,623 lbs of tractive ef... (more)
Byesville Scenic 386 crosses Wills Creek. ( 2006 Photo with a Minolta Maxxum 5D )
First mineral sands train from North Dynon to Portland.
A motor car sits silent, while the foamers flock to the bigger more poweful GE 80-tonner and Ohio Central's
4-6-2 number 1293.
Byesville 386 pulls the train south, her consist is a little bit odd today since, she has a 150 ton “boat anchor” (a term used a by a few diesel people to describe a steamer.) on the other end.