Freshly painted, Seaboard RS12 #1472 idles at Yard B, Hamlet Yard, NC., awaiting its' next assignment.
SAL GP30 #503 is being worked through the diesel shop at Hamlet Yard, Hamlet, NC
Seaboard piggyback train TT-23 is heading into Cary, NC proudly led by E7(A) #3023 followed by 2 SDP35's and a GP30. Surplus passenger units were rarely seen in freight service by this late date ... (more)
An experimental paint scheme was adapted to SAL E7(A) units 3040 and 3041. In an effort to reduce painting costs, aluminum siding was fitted to both units. Today SAL No. 3 is awaiting departure ... (more)
"On delivery", SAL GP40 #637 is brand new, dead-in-tow, enroute Hamlet Yard, NC from EMD to be placed in service. The GP40's were very popular with SAL crews and were quickly given the nickname "... (more)
Seaboard Air Line train TT-23 was operated daily except Monday as an extra by the railroad. Displaying white flags, 2 GP35's and a GP30 work the "trailer train" southbound out of Raleigh, NC pass... (more)
Always playing second fiddle to ACL, Seaboard still managed a nice fleet of E units.
The former SAL depot in Apex is now the Chamber of Commerce Building. Outside is a caboose nicely painted in SAL colors on static display, a decoration much like the flowers which surround it.
A view of the CTC board for the Hamlet, NC dispatcher shows a portion of the Seaboard Airline main line from Hamlet to Raleigh. This portion shows the connection with the Aberdeen & Rockfish in Ab... (more)
This Seaboard Air Line passenger train is carrying a Louisville & Nashville car, perhaps indicating some sort of joint service.
A classic scene. Seaboard Air Line ABBA FT's and an extra F3A are heading out of the yard in Richmond, VA.
A classic scene. Seaboard Air Line ABBA FT's haul a southbound freight at Alberta, Virginia.
A classic scene. Citrus-scheme E8's bask in evening sunlight at the SAL's Richmond terminal. Check out that tell-tale.
The former Seaboard Air Line Railroad Station still stands in Milan, Georgia. The tracks are owned by the Georgia Department of Transportation and operated by the Heart of Georgia Railroad.