A&R GP 205 sits outside the home offfice.
The A&R crew picked up a car at the farm supply center east of Raeford and took a quick break for a snack at Dundarrach on the way to Fayetteville.
Aberdeen & Rockfish's GP7 runs light for Fayetteville.
Aberdeen & Rockfish 125th anniversary,
Aberdeen & Rockfish Railroad 405 rests in the shop bay while work is completed on the engine. The layout of the A&R shops looks like something you'd see on a model railroad!
The Aberdeen & Rockfish road train is returning from Fayetteville to Aberdeen at Skibo, North Carolina. GP38 400 has uncoupled from its train, allowing two U.S. Army Alco MRS1’s operated by Cape F... (more)
Aberdeen & Rockfish GP18 300 is in Fayetteville, North Carolina, working with the train that has arrived from Aberdeen. Thirty five years later, the GP18 can still be seen working around Fayettevi... (more)
A look into the bay of the Aberdeen & Rockfish Railroad shops sees one of their 2 GP38 engines awaiting its next assignment.
A damp morning in downtown Fayetteville sees the crew of the Aberdeen & Rockfish RR working a metal rebar facility for their first customer visit of the day.
A damp morning in downtown Fayetteville sees the crew of the Aberdeen & Rockfish RR working their yard as they start their day.
'Cause every Foamer Crazy 'Bout a Sharp Dressed LocomotiveAberdeen & Rockford GP38 405, seen here at Raeford's Burlington Industries factory on October 16, 2008, is ex-NIWX 4215, ex... (more)
With a Seaboard Coast Line local waiting its turn, the Aberdeen & Rockfish road train has turned on the wye in Fayetteville, and is Aberdeen-bound. The unique baggage/caboose is on display today i... (more)
The Aberdeen & Rockfish train from Aberdeen trundles across the diamond with the Seaboard Coast Line in Fayetteville, North Carolina.
The Aberdeen & Rockfish train from Aberdeen meanders through the North Carolina sandhills near Skibo. GP38 400 still plies these same rails well over three decades later.
Many people have asked me over the years "What is your favorite shortline?" Well folks, here it is. And this photo typifies why. Two factory-original EMD units in spotless as-delivere... (more)