Wearing it’s old “paper railroad” number but no longer sublettered this veteran sports shiny new paint. No switcher has been assigned to Johnson City for man years now.
Month approximate. Wearing it’s old Central of Georgia number but the Southern name this was one of only five rostered by C of G in a rather confusing switcher roster.
As delivered, with a tiny tank and oil bath air filters, I could not find another on the site.
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
Date approximate. A relic sits in front of the magnificent station awaiting work. The station is now known as California Dreaming.
Originally Central of Georgia, once ubiquitous down in this area. We loved the sound and the smoke as they wheeled locals full of wood products and miscellaneous “stuff” through quaint small town... (more)
Idling away a warm day in the country.
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.