While Georgia Railroad crews were hard at work building an outbound train to be taken to Agusta, a quite serious hotbox was spotted on an old Southern Railway gondola which they are seen handling ... (more)
Georgia Railroad's 1026 peers through the haze of a muggy summer's evening as crews get the short train moving again after resolving a hotbox on the gondola just behind the locomotive. This was pa... (more)
Georgia Railroad 1026, a vintage GP7 built by EMD in October of 1950, is still seen 66 years later moving freight at the Southeastern Railway Museum in Duluth, Georgia. Here, a small freight train... (more)
It is a warm night in June of 1952, a Georgia Railroad crew is in the process of building a train to be taken east to Agusta with a two year old GARR GP7. The gondola they are picking up here woul... (more)
Georgia Railroad's GP7 1026, built in October 1950, blows some smoke after receiving water in Duluth, Georgia in preparation for a spectacular evening photo shoot put together by the folks at Sout... (more)
On a muggy summer evening, the engineer of Georgia Road GP7 No. 1026 pulls ahead after taking on water. For more information about this locomotive and the museum, visit http://www.srmduluth.org/
The crew of Georgia Railroad 1026 has just found a hotbox on a Southern Railway gondola loaded with scrap parts. The heavy car is not fond of moving, making it a long night for the crew.
Dusk falls at the close of a miserably hot summer day in Georgia as Georgia Railroad GP7 1026 idles with a short freight train in tow before continuing east toward Augusta.
A train is being built for an outbound Georgia Railroad freight train to leave later in the evening. The gondola pictured behind the locomotive would prove problematic for the crew during the trai... (more)
On a nice fall afternoon, three pieces of railroad history reside at the Southeastern Railway Museum.
Chattahoochee Valley #21 sits alongside GA 1026, which is waiting for museum visitors to board the 2:15 train.
GA 1026 backs down the hill with the daily caboose train.
The engineer of the 1950 EMD guides the one car museum train with ease back from the shop on a bright Saturday afternoon at Georgia's official transportation museum.
Former Georgia Railroad GP7 #1026 pull its single car train from the shop lead back to the display area of the Southeastern Railway Museum, during it normal weekend season run.
A. Durden spots a work train in a scene that could have been played out at Ft. Gordon in the early 1960's