With one of the SW14's down for work, RailServe GEEP lends a helping hand with spotting and unloading of cars to keep up with the inflow of cars from NS so there are no delays.
CSX local in Valdosta heads back to their yard after working the industries on the east side of town.
Valdosta Railway starts to leave to head for Clyattville out of their yard
After dropping off cars, the Valdosta Railway passes the crossing on the interchange track in town on the way back to their yard.
One of the few former Conrail SD80MAC's lead this northbound as the local yard job sorts cars for the yard with a GP40-2 and Slug.
UP 1989 brings the 46Z into its destination of Valdosta in the wee hours of the morning.
Due to track work, NS 152 leaves under darkness for Macon with one of only a few remaining standard cab GE's left on the roster.
The second heritage unit to visit here in the week heads north also leading an intermodal thru and out of Valdosta and heads up the GS&F.
The Wabash Heritage heads north under the night skies on an Atlanta bound intermodal.
Having came down on 291 from Atlanta, NS 8504 finds itself in hotshot intermodal service on a Chicago bound train 282. The unit still smokes like the old days before it was modified in Altoona and... (more)
Working hard at its new job on the Valdosta Railway, the VR 1200 is about to pass thru the industrial park on the way back to the paper mill in Clyattville, Georgia.
With the sun in full and bright, a foreign yet older EMD leader is seen heading north for Macon fresh crew onboard as well.
With the sun in full and bright, a foreign yet older EMD leader is seen heading north for Macon but is about to crew change.
As the skies were open and the rain pours, little did we know the highhood SD40-2's would soon be gone forever and the admiral cabs would be the new thing in town.
With FRA car in tow, CSX is teeter tottering along the Bowline headed west for Thomasville and Dothan where it will tie up for the evening.