Built for the North Florida Railway
The early morning greats Savanah and Atlanta GP -35 2715 and steam engine 223 in the Georgia State Railroad Museum roundhouse.
The William P. Dow #119 takes a spin on the turntable before boarding passengers and then taking them on a trip around the Georgia State Railroad Museum.
Central of Georgia steam locomotive number 8 sits in the roundhouse at the Georgia State Railroad Museum.
A static S&A Geep looks on from her resting place while the museum's pristine little tank engine puts on a smoke show running back and forth on the museum tracks.
The GA State RR Museum's little tank engine finishes its "trip" down the couple hundred yards of track on the western perimeter of the former Central of Georgia RR shops.
The GA State RR Museum's 1913 tank engine steams onto the turntable to start a day of shuttle passengers back and forth on the museums couple hundred yards of track. What remains of the Central of... (more)
Savannah Central 30 and Central of Georgia 223 get serviced in the museum's roundhouse.
Riding atop AAR type trucks on a field of green, the Savannah & Atlanta 2715 looks great in a fresh coat of paint.
Built in 1934 at the Bessemer shops of Pullman Standard, this B6 boxcar based on the American Railroad Association design and is notable for being the first all steel 40 foot boxcar built for the ... (more)
A motley assortment of locomotives ranging from diesel to steam call the former Central of Georgia roundhouse home at the Georgia State Railroad Museum in Savannah. From left to right are: CG 1 a... (more)
The Savannah & Atlanta 2715 GP35 looks great in a fresh coat of paint as it rests peacefully at the Georgia State Railroad Museum in Savannah.
The right logo at the right place at the right time, this is The Right Way.
From this view, a high-hood locomotive certainly gives one intimidating look.