Idling away a warm day in the country.
A great old paint scheme. It had to go of course.
As the sun sets on a grizzled old veteran in South Carolina it sets on GP7s on most class one railroads.
Another former ACL geep.
Former ACL unit modified to a four stacker.
Spots before your eyes? Bespeckled former ACL class leader seems to have gotten covered with light green spots, no idea how. Doesn't look like a collision or a huge flight of very big birds. Al... (more)
As built, except for the logo. Check out those footboards!
The outgoing with the incoming, all now gone. Shot in the old ACL Columbia Yard.
Back in these days Florence was the butthead city in this area with everything else for miles around being dominated by road switchers.
A mean green machine, from Central of Georgia to Algers, Winslow & Western to Repondek's empire this classic is a survivor.
For lack of a better name I guess you could call it Conrail crud, sort of a mix of road dirt and some kind of greenish fungus that splotched up older units. It looked contagious. This ex-PRR uni... (more)
Looking rather old forty years ago.
Ex-MKT unit (via PNC) leading a great looking set of power on what was then a rather decrepid railroad.