Georgia Central L781 heads west towards Macon with a rainbow lashup. Leading the train is Bayline GP38-2 #510 Followed by HOG 2038 GP38-2 and GC 1714 GP9.
Georgia Central L783 passes through the small town of Meldrim with the Bay Line 510 still wearing the yellow and green paint. The BAYL 510 has sense been repainted and now wears the G&W corporate ... (more)
Georgia Central L781 shoves a short cut of rock back into the asphalt plant at Tarrytown GA with a GP38-2 leading still in Bay Line Colors.
Bay Line 510, built new for the Atlanta and Saint Andrews Bay Railroad (Bay Line) in June of 1975, throttles up after easing to a stop in order for the conductor to flag the crossing. Hurricane Mi... (more)
Georgia Central L781 slowly backs its small drop off for the asphalt plant in Terrytown GA.
Georgia Central L783 pulls high through Meldrim before shoving back into the siding and picking up several loaded chip hoppers on the rear. The Spanish moss dictates that the Georgia coast is not... (more)
Georgia Central L783 is near Pooler Georgia with a Bayline GP38-2 leading the train back to Savannah.
Bay Line Railroad engine 510 sits at the Central of Georgia Railroad terminal in Savannah, Georgia.
As the snow clouds move off and sun starts shining through, we see the Bayline and HOG power sits idling away under the suns rays. The HOG unit seems to be burning oil giving off blue smoke as it ... (more)
Getting harder to find. G&W has most of the 500 series Bay Line units in orange and black so finding an original green and yellow Bay Line unit is a real treat. Looks like the crew ran out of ti... (more)