Ain’t I cute. I got a new cab, a nose job and a pie job in South Georgia for the winter.
Did PRR and SOO ever serve the same terminal? I doubt it, but this shot reminds me of those great pictures at passenger terminals with a variety of colorful motive power.
Starting off the new Aiken Railroad was an ex-SP unit. That paint scheme looks much like the old Railtex paint job.
Looking good in the All-American company paint scheme this unit represents the height of the GP10 rebuild program. One the other end is apparently a earlier trail scheme.
Looking good in the All-American company paint scheme this unit represents the height of the GP10 rebuild program, with two fans, a good looking nose (no frog eyes), and the best version of the a... (more)
A string of former P&L units and a lone C&NW alumnus make up the deadline awaiting rebuild or parting-out in Southeast Missouri Port’s large facility.
At Southeast Missouri Port still in the livery of its prior owner this unit is in good company as it shares the deadline with a bunch of other ex Paducah & Louisville units.
At Southeast Missouri Port still in the livery of its prior owner this veteran is used to switch the large facility between Scott City and Cape Girardeau.
Originally NP via Copper Basin this old Geep is looking spiffy as it works the Mississippi riverfront.
The Big Orange usurper is here. Oh, the U-23Bs are back there but not for long, as this ex-CR set from another GWI subsidiary is already in charge of the westbound Georgia Central turn. There is... (more)
As it should be. I would love to see these pulling anthracite up a steep grade.
On lease to Evansville and Western.
Sounthbound autoracks roar thru tiny Folkston, famous for its “Funnel”
Back before the siding was extended and the signals changed an eastbound freight with a large string of power rambles through the tiny town.
Displayed for the big “Streamliners” event a wonderful occasion but, oh the heat.