Wearing the "Vengeful" paint scheme, this unit is typical of what happened to former L&N under the new management. I guess they forgot all that money this railway produced while they we... (more)
A southbound coal train with a nicely matched set of one of my favorite modern images. Photo by Jim Satterwhite. From my collection.
Since most of the lines which once radiated for Wilmington have been abandoned the yard looks rather bare except for power which now has only one way to go, west. Photo by Jim Satterwhite. Fro... (more)
On the connection between the east-west and the north-south former Seaboard lines, this unit appears to be stationary. No idea how this happened or why. Photo by Jim Satterwhite. From my colle... (more)
Modified for hump service at Rice Yard in Waycross these "H-15s" as the railroad called them were in at least one case re-engined with old 16-567BC engines. After SBD came along they sh... (more)
It was unusual, I think, to find a large number of coal hoppers on this train but today the faded Uceta rebuilds have quite a string on this departing WB train. Photo by Jim Satterwhite, from my ... (more)
Looks like the yard crew is switching a little company fuel or such with two of my favorite EMDs.
The "field" is more full of units today and this unit may be set up to go out on a road freight.
Sitting in what was called "the field" ready for assignment is one of the best looking locomotives repainted into this scheme, a former Clinchfield unit. For an earlier photo see 44793... (more)
Inbound freight with a leader from one of my favorite roads which has yet to be butchered up after the merger in December.
This former SCL unit was lucky enough to get one of my favorite modern paint jobs before CSX came along.
Take a good look, you may never see one again. This is a locomotive washing facility. Pride and image are two things of small concern to the followship of most present day railroads.
One of five former Columbia, Newberry & Laurens GP7s that joined the ACL roster powering a phosphate train with two F units at Mulberry, Florida on February 28, 1965. ACL subsidiary CN&L units ... (more)
Prominent in this photo is a once ubiquitous symbol we should have kept, and another.............
The turn from Raleigh is doing some switching before escaping northward once again. Photo by Jim Satterwhite. From my collection.