Alexandria Action 2 –The Southern Crescent is eight miles into its 1154 mile, 25 hour journey to New Orleans as it rolls out of Alexandria’s passenger station. An empty excursion train lead by Lim... (more)
Engine Change. We are in South Amboy, New Jersey in 1982, but these locomotives could very well have made a similar hand-off of the Southern Crescent in Washington, DC in years past. After the S... (more)
The fall colors are in their full splendor on the famous Saluda grade, as the classic Southern Railway 28 milepost sign sees yet another season pass with no rail activity.
Built July 1950 as Georgia & Florida 72.
AGS F7, beat up and tired during its last year of service. Still looking proud and good. Railroading!
Southern freight on the former CofG at Arlington, GA with a pair of upgraded F3's and what appears to be some variety of GP38. The pulpwood and woodchips were probably on their way to the Chattaho... (more)
Southern TR2B at Chattanooga, August 1973.
Southern train on the Huey P. Long bridge with four SOU geeps and a Mopac GP18.
Five Southern geeps lead a freight on the Rat Hole. SOU 6268 started life as CofG 170 in April 1957.
No. 6, the northbound Piedmont, at Magnolia with an RS-3, four F-units, and pigs on the rear.
The normal local and road power has all been shepherded onto one track at the Southern’s enginehouse in Alexandria, Virginia to make room for visiting dignitaries. Savannah and Atlanta 4-6-2 750 a... (more)
GP38-2 5026 still sporting its Southern paint at Greenville, SC || Feb. 1985