Seaboard Air Line SDP35 1109 provides the power for Hamlet, thence Atlanta bound passenger, mail, and express train No. 3 at Raleigh, NC in April 1967.
Seaboard Air Line road-weary E7A 3025 is completing it's switching at Raleigh, NC with passenger, mail, and express train No. 3 and will depart at 4:15pm for Hamlet, NC, thence Atlanta, Ga., and a... (more)
Subsequent to the July 1, 1967 merger between SAL and ACL, repainting of locomotives for both roads began almost immediately. Initially, Seaboard locomotives received what became known as the "sp... (more)
Once the merger between Seaboard Air Line and Atlantic Coast Line was accomplished on July 1, 1967, locomotives for both roads were quickly re-lettered and re-numbered. The locomotives belonging ... (more)
It didn't take long for Auto Train's fleet of U36Bs to look tired. White is simply not an ideal color for a locomotive pilot. Southbound No. 3 was departing Auto Train's northern terminus at Lor... (more)
Seaboard passenger, mail, and express train No. 3 awaits its 4:15pm departure from Raleigh, NC in April 1966. The car inspector is walking the train as a couple of railfans look on.