a US Sugar SW1200 rests along with 4 other switchers in St. Marys.
Former SCL / L&N Family Lines bay window caboose at the St. Marys Railroad depot.
Lehigh Valley Coal Company 0-6-0 steam engine #126 leads the St. Marys weekend excursion westbound with a full load of passengers on a beautiful February day.
Lehigh Valley Coal Company 126 heading into the Midway along the St. Mary's Railroad hauling the last passenger excursion for the day.
Lehigh Valley Coal Co. 126 leads the St. Mary's Railroad excursion into Midway siding, where it will sit while a skit is performed, then begin its return trip to downtown St. Mary's.
St. Mary's Railroad 507, originally Seaboard Airline GP7 1800 built in 1952, is coupled Lehigh Valley Coal Co. 126 shortly after the 126 was unloaded from a tractor trailer. In a short matter of t... (more)
Two icons take a break on the shortline St. Marys Railroad deep in southeast Georgia. Richard has been railroading a total of 53 years, while the switcher was built in 1960. Terrific little operat... (more)
I'd like to say it was snowing but there must have been a large flight of birds overhead recently.
St. Marys Railroad 504 working the mill at St. Marys, GA in April 1994.
St. Marys RR switcher sits with capped stacks, having run its last miles on this road.