RailRhodes is in the process of rebuilding this former CP Rail unit. Canon 20D 16-35mm at 16mm in the confines of the shop. Photo taken with permission.
Relegated to display status, CofG 349 gives museum visitors a chance to look inside the cab of a vintage steam engine.
Several projects in progress, 630's cab has been moved into the shop and primed, work on the 6914 continues and new crossing signs for the Hiawassee River RR are stacked up.
Prep work before painting is underway.
The DPU shoves an empty Sherer train wesbound across the walking path on the Tombigbee Waterway.
3 KCS units pull forward toward the NS diamond.
The WTNN delivery passes the restored NCStL depot, turned museum, in Jackson.
The C&C's former CNW Geep provided the power for the combined TAG/CofG historical society excursion.
ALLL ABOOARRRD!! 8704 leans just a little as she waits for passengers to board the train.
The southbound power from McCaysville to Blue Ridge. The light strikes the long hood at just the right angle to read where the Georgia Northeastern lettering has been removed.
A rebuilt GP18 leads the McCaysville excursion train north from the Blue Ridge Depot.
HLCX 9028, a former MPI lease unit, trails.
Sitting in the storage/parts yard, this former Paducah & Louisville unit may have an uncertain future.
Restoration underway. Gotta love that light package!