Two General Electric high hood U23B's lead Georgia Central L783 over the hill at Groveland as they prepare to descend into the Canoochee River Valley before entering the small quaint town of Daisy... (more)
Looks like somebody stole a three chime from a neighbor. Must have sounded great. I sure miss these but orange will have to do.
Georgia Central Y115's "chip job" eases over CSX's A line at Alabama Jct in Savannah. Sadly the Uboats are gone, but Y115 still runs, albeit with orange EMDs.
Savannah would never cross my mind when thinking about horseshoe curves, but that is exactly what Y115 is negotiating to enter the Georgia Central yard. Unfortunately, all U-Boats were retired in... (more)
Georgia Central U23B's #3911 & #1004 ready to meet the torch. It was a sad sight.
Just like the decaying shack on the left, this U23B is in it's last days. The future for this unit is about as gloomy as today's rainy weather. 3911 is in fact rumored to be slated in the next rou... (more)
Westbound L783 rolls through the small town of Pembroke on its way to meet L782 at Groveland.
Westbound L783 prepares to depart Meldrim with one of the new players second out.
"City of Claxton: Fruitcake Capital of the World" proclaims the water tower in downtown Claxton. Two bakeries in the small Georgia town account for 4 million pounds of fruitcake product... (more)
An operating museum piece, this ex-SOU unit is in front of the shops awaiting some work. Catch them while you can.
U-Boats in God's Country... get your photos while you can.
Dirty engines with clean exhaust... Georgia Central's well maintained U23Bs drag uphill at Pembroke.
Only one place in the world you can see high hood U23Bs hauling intermodal containers under Spanish Moss.
GC Y101 rumbles past an abandoned store in downtown Montrose.
GC 3911 Leading GC 3910 & 3909 - Thanks to www.FrogRail.com For a Great Tour of The Savannah Area