Three days after Christmas, SCL 371 and L&N 2808 sit next to Union Pacific passenger car 4802 on a dreary morning in Sanford, Florida.
Originally SAL, with the Hancock air whistle still in place, long after its days as a passenger unit ended.
Date approximate. Originally ACL . Few get rattier than this one.
Date approximate. Originally ACL Actually looks like the L&N yard.
Date approximate. Originally ACL
Northbound inbound train on the CSX to nowhere, the former SAL main, now truncated in northern North Carolina. This train would run to the north end of the yard and back in, the default way of do... (more)
SCL EMD FP7A 696, former Atlantic Coast Line 872 (Date Built 1951)
Coming off the former Clinchfield heading for a connection with the old SAL Atlanta Division main at Monroe this loaded coal train is sanding and and roaring to get get a roll on.
A great old paint scheme. It had to go of course.
As the sun sets on a grizzled old veteran in South Carolina it sets on GP7s on most class one railroads.
Another former ACL geep.
Former ACL unit modified to a four stacker.