Seaboard Coast Line GE C30-7 7060 and 7020, painted in Family Lines System colors, at Bostic, NC in March 20, 1981.
Seaboard Coast Line SD40-2 8041, painted in Family Lines colors.
Through the Heart of the South! This SCL caboose rests at the N.C. Transportation Museum roundhouse on the evening of the 611 night photo shoot.
Switch crew serve a downtown customer (Macon Telegraph?) on trackage that would be removed a few years later. That is Southern's mainline to Atlanta above 1328.
With their 3 loads of rip-rap in hand, the conductor of A746 covers his eyes as he looks up at the signal protecting the level crossing with NS and checks to see if he has a light across the diamo... (more)
SARM's SCL 2024 sport's its temporary attire as it nears the CSX Shelby Yard along the former Clinchfield.
The SCL St.Pete switcher moves an Amtrak train in St.Pete Yard.
SCL SD45 2024 and NW GP30 522 crosses Poplar Creek during an engine move across the K-25 complex in Oak Ridge, Tennessee.
Inside the cab of SCL SD45 2024 at Oak Ridge looking at the engineer's control panel. Please note a rare piece of paper on the control stand. A Form 19 Seaboard Coast Line train order dated March ... (more)
The "Sliver Star" being readied for its southbound departure on a cool January evening.
SCL 1776 - The One That Begat Them AllThere were two different U36Bs on the Seaboard Coast Line that carried the number "1776." The SCL's U36Bs were being delivered, and 1776:1 was... (more)