An in progress photo of Mr Respondeks recently purchased tunnel motor.She was touched up and relettered and now works the Squaw Creek Southern Georgia Division.
Seaboard System GP38-2 #6037 in former Georgia Railroad/Atlanta & West Point Hulsey Yard. #6037 was built July 1979 as Louisville & Nashville #6037 and later became CSX #2688
Seaboard Coast Line GP16 #4707, parked across from the yard office on the Caboose Track. #4707 was originally a GP7 built as Atlantic Coast Line #124, then re# SCL 712 where it remained until goi... (more)
At a night photo session at the Southeastern RR Museum, a GP7 in the original Georgia Railroad scheme poses next to the Southern's green and gold classic scheme of the 1970s and 1980s.
654 was one of the last "J-Ball" motors on EJ&E's roster I can remember seeking down in Chicagoland before CN took over.
Respondeks former UP tunnel motor making Its first run in new lettering back in 2009.This unit now works in Georgia for mr. Respondek.
Not in Kansas anymore
Built for The J in 1970 and usually seen roaming around Lake Michigan, this fine product from EMD now finds itself miles from its former home in Illinois and as one o... (more)
The final GA/West Point paint scheme was basic black with almost no ornamentation. This earlier version, with the road name high on the hood, was maybe a bit more interesting.
Trendsetter As a full moon starts to rise in the east, alien bees illuminate the GRWR 3086. Clearly this GP40’s latest paint says the unit came from the Southern Pacific, but lying beneath... (more)
Southern 630 leads another Summerville Steam Special by the old house in Rock Spring.
2012 Master's Office Car Special(s)? There were a lot of twists in this year's parade of Office Car Specials for the annual Master's Golf Tournament! The Fs arrived into town with the OCS a... (more)
A weathered ex-CSX, ex-CR, nee-PC geep basks in the sun on a beautiful March day.
A time-worn veteran of the rails rests on a cloudy evening in Toccoa, GA. The unit was built as PC 7874 in January of 1971. Here, 41 years later, the unit earns its keep on the Hartwell Railroad.
Pacing How Tomorrow Moves... CSXT 966 sports the new boxcar logo which goes along with CSX's motto "How Tomorrow Moves..." as I pace it into a curve at 50mph along the old Geo... (more)
X-ray shot of GRWR GP40 #3086