Local headed west towards Atlanta.
Working the Greenbwood yard. Here the little P&N could interchange with the Southern, Atlantic Coast Line and Seaboard Air Line. But now the once busy yard is nearly vacant and absorption into t... (more)
Engineer waits for the brakeman to finish the brake line connection before heading north.
Posed shot with Southern E8, Georgia RR GP7 and 1940 Packard touring sedan.
NS has leased an MP15DC to the SERM. Here we see a switching move set up for the cameras.
At a night photo session at the Southeastern RR Museum, a GP7 in the original Georgia Railroad scheme poses next to the Southern's green and gold classic scheme of the 1970s and 1980s.
A steamy day in York, PA as both Reading yard goat 1251 and CPR 972 are playing in the yard. Photo by the late Vincent Alvino.
The classic "STOP" tail light still burns bright on this PCC car. Since the Mattapan line runs on its own right of way, the benefits of this detail are generally lost. It's a testament to the st... (more)
Xpress Railer swings out from the yard and prepares to race south to Atlanta.
No hint of CSX in this shot. All Family Lines and Seaboard System. North bound coal empty headed for a refill.
Master Mechanic Steam Bill Purdie at the throttle of 4501. He was the driving rod that made the Southern Steam program run.
After a hard day's work, the little GE nests down with her sister for the weekend. This is the entire roster at the time.