Kanawha ALCO 2-8-4 #2716 leads its eastbound train past the old depot site. #2716, built for the C&O as one of their 90 "Kanawha" type steam engines, operated from Birmingham to Opelika... (more)
Norfolk & Western 2-6-6-4 #1218 leads a Birmingham (AL) to Columbus (GA) round trip excursion eastbound. #1218 was built by N&W in 1943 at their Roanoke shop
Catching locomotives splitting signals is always a fun treat, it's even more enjoyable when the signal bungalow has been tagged with some tasteful graffiti which proclaims the line's original owne... (more)
There's no mistaking the obvious heritage of this stretch of railroad as NS 336 splits the intermediates at Waverly. He really had 'em in the wind big time when he came by us out here in the Alaba... (more)
Yesterday's 336 consist with a nice looking SD60 is on the point of today's afternoon running 137 as it splits this signals a... (more)
Making a special visit onto the Central of Georgia District, the Patriotic NS Veterans unit pulls NS 137 through the sleepy town of Waverly showing off its one of a kind paint scheme honoring Amer... (more)
The Veteran's unit, SD60E #6920, rolls east through Waverly, AL, with eastbound Central of Georgia district train #336. Photo by Casey Thomason. For more information, visit more)
One of Southern Railway's 110 SD35's is leading !st #135 towards Birmingham. The lead locomotive is displaying both green class lights and green flags, both of which indicate at least one followi... (more)
Local photographer Darrell Krueger get his shot of a blistering 137 as it passes under an old wooden bridge.
Eastbound between Birmingham and Columbus on the old Central of Georgia.
A unit train of empty flats heads toward Columbus on a hot summer day while passing through the plush greenery of southern Alabama.
Leading 8000+ tons, NS 187 passes under the wooden bridge at Pine Hill Rd, having just received orders to pick up an extra 2000 tons at Lovick.
136 rounds the curve at Waverly with really interesting power.