Looking resplendent in one of the best cheapo paint jobs, this new unit is out back at the old enginehouse.
Another classy repaint. From my collection. Photo by Michael Dolenski. Anybody know his whereabouts?
Another classy repaint. From my collection. Photo by Tom Sink.
“Against the Current”Running opposite main, three B36-7s in Seaboard System attire, along with an RF&P GP40-2 and a Chessie/C&O GP40, power the Orange Blossom Special-Southmore)
Three Seaboard System GE B36-7's with a northbound freight, leaving Hamlet, NC on September 7, 1986.
Three Seaboard System EMD units, front lead SD45 8936 ex-SCL nee ACL, SD40-2 8002 in Family Lines paint former L&N, and SD45-2 8978 ex-Clinchfield, E/B at Etowah, Tennessee.
It is August of 1984 and two SD50's fronted by 8531, come south at Lakeland, FL with unit coal hoppers.
Positioned for a very tight portrait between a tree and a passing auto rack train, SBD FP7 118 waits for the return trip to Baltimore at the Martinsburg, West Virginia passenger station.
The Seaboard System’s only two A units make a reverse move to run around their train at Martinsburg, West Virginia.
Seaboard System 6806 leads 7246 and long train through the yard in Columbus. Photo taken with permission.
Seaboard System 6808 leads 7246 past a coal train near Columbus, Ohio.
“No Surrender”Flying the white flags of an extra, The West Virginian, an excursion sponsored by the Baltimore Chapter/NRHS, along with Railtours of America and the B&O Railroad, ... (more)
With it's Seaboard Coast Line colors bleeding through, a renumbered GP40 leads a string of Chessie System EMDs on a lite engine move headed for nearby Barr Yard in Riverdale. Tom Golden photo.