The shiny paint of Squaw Creeks new tunnel motor and the aluminum sheeting of the Madison depot glow in the last rays of daylight at the end of this great November day.
The first production GP38, built for the DT&I, now works for the Squaw Creek Southern in Madison and is seen here shoving grain cars into the loading track at the Penn Pak feed mill.
Squaw Creeks power backs back to the depot to retrieve a cut of cars to take to the feed mill up the line, with the conductor riding on the rear steps of the ex-Conrail geep.
The conductor for the Social Circle switcher A722 climbs aboard the locals single SD40-2 to head back into the sidings at Madison to pick up a cut of cars.
Leased power at Madison on NS. CSX GA Subdivision is immediately behind me, running parallel with NS for approximately a mile before the routes diverge.
Honeywell Pentax H1a; Plus-X
A pair of AC4400's pull a coal train past a group of Confederate grave sites.