With the second Dash 8 standard cab built for CSX leading today’s WofA local, A746 finally gets up to track speed of 45MPH after making it safely over a more)
Seaboard System With the merger of the Seaboard Coast Line with the L&N and all the other railroads that made up the Family Lines System complete on December 1982, the Seaboard System was ... (more)
Night Shift With a relieve crew onboard to bring the A&WP/WofA local train back to Montgomery, A746 must first work the final customer of the night before it can make it back to the capit... (more)
With their work at West Fraser done, the friendly conductor of A746 walks along the side of his train performing a brake te... (more)
The initials of our nation’s eighth largest railroad at the time still proudly proclaim the name of Seaboard Coast Line. Painted on the side of this woodchip hopper in 1970 by Pullman Standard, t... (more)
Southern Serves the South More than just a slogan; this was how the Southern Railway operated. From modifying cars to meet customer needs, or becoming the first railroad to introduce unit ... (more)
A746 waits for a re-crew at notasulga.
Local A746 pulls up to the north end of Macon where he'll take the siding for Q192 and Q614. Usually good for a pair of B30-7s, I always made it a point to shoot A746 whenever possible.
Local A746 heads north through Loachapoka.
Phenol A tank car loaded with the chemical sits in the transfer yard ready for pickup by NS. Phenol is used in the making of polycarbonate (PC) which in turn can be used to make compact d... (more)
A746 is seen passing over a fill in Auburn on a gorgeous December day with a nicely repainted Dash 8 wide cab.
With their work in Auburn complete, local A746 heads south for Montgomery.
Local A746 switches at Auburn with a pair of B30-7s as it makes its way south toward Montgomery.
A classic EMD leads today's A746 through Loachapoka. In a few months a scene like this will be drastically different due to the construction of a new siding at this location.