Hustling, and I mean hustling west, the second job of the days is headed to the huge kaolin plant at the end of the line, passing the only non-industrial building for miles, a thriving little chur... (more)
I think Colonel Sanders would approve of this apparently well run railroad. Coincidentally they share the same colors. This railroad has an incredible amount of traffic for it's short 9 miles.
Sandersville's Deepstep heads down Tybee St. slug first. This residential stretch of streetrunning is perhaps the least remarked but one of the most unique in the state.
Gravy train The white clay known as Kaolin hauled in the long string of tankers and hoppers behind the veteran workhorse makes Sandersville one of the most profitable lines in the the stat... (more)
White Chevy vs. white EMD While no giant on the rails, the 1500 dwarfs its surroundings as it eases the Sandersville's Deepstep turn down the narrow street trackage on Tybee Street in the S... (more)
RARE Shortline Street Running! SAN 1500 chugs hard up the slope as he travels down the middle of Tybee Street on his back back into town. This is one of the rarest and neatest Street Runnin... (more)
Money Maker.. SAN 1500 and Slug SAN 91 work KT Clay Company, one of the many Kaolin Industries that the Sandersville Railroad services. As by the looks of it business is still good as work ... (more)
Sandersville train headed by SW1500 1500 headed towards Sandersville and eventually to Tennille for interchange with NS former CofG trackage.