A pair of rebuilt GP16 workhorses are seen at the Mississippi Central Holly Springs yard in North Mississippi. PREX 1604 was built in 1950 as a GP7 for the Charleston and Western Carolina Railway.... (more)
MSCI 1604 leads a cut of cars south for storage just a few miles from Holly Springs.
MSCI 488 leads a cut of cars south to Holly Springs, MS.
The Mississippi Central Railroad made a rare trip to Oxford to pick up 38 box cars to bring back to Holly Springs. This photo depicts the lead unit coming out of the woods, about to cross under HW... (more)
PREX 109 sits among the stored cars at Grand Junction, TN on what once was the IC Jackson District. The Jackson District once ran between Jackson, TN to Water Valley Junction where it met with the... (more)
MSCI 488 leads a cut of cars south for storage.
Mississippi Central's two beat up GP16's lead a cut of cars south for storage.
One of my band parents took me flying out of Batesville airport this morning, and we decided to fly over Holly Springs and see if there were any trains in the area. A BNSF train had just come thr... (more)
Framed up by the historic Illinois Central Victorian-style depot, a former ATSF CF7 spends an unseasonably warm winter's day basking in the afternoon sunlight at the MSCI yard in Holly Springs, Mi... (more)
This little unit has lead quit the life while working on the railroad. It began as an F7A passenger unit for the Santa Fe in 1953, then became part of the Converted F7 (CF7) rebuild program at Cl... (more)