After a long night of meets along the A-Line from Savannah, the newly painted units that individually honor First Responders and Veterans cross over the Satilla River bridge in the early morning h... (more)
With a high and wide load for Georgia Power, the trio of Georgia Southern Geeps cross the busy intersection and the diamond that is centered in the middle of the intersecting roads.
Cruising through on the line, the fresh ballast dust gets kicked up as the Brunswick Local passes eastbound.
The morning sun meets a hard throttled eastbound local on its way to work in Brunswick, Georgia
The Pennsy leads a long string of autoracks south down and up the hill at Ashburn on the way to Jacksonville.
A northern visitor leads the CHAT job south back for Dothan after they worked Hilton and some other industries along the way. Trailing third was sister unit 4041.
Heart of Georgia 2038 and highhood Georgia Central 1713 sit locked up and secured as the crew went to grab a lunch while waiting on CSX to arrive in town to switch interchange.
Southbound ethanol takes the turn off the Nahunta Sub onto to the Callahan Sub turnout heading for Baldwin then on to Tampa.
With Rail Watch Weekend going on, local railfans watch the not so common foreign power head through town on the double mains.
With one of the SW14's down for work, RailServe GEEP lends a helping hand with spotting and unloading of cars to keep up with the inflow of cars from NS so there are no delays.
The Moultire job heads south from Albany as it is almost to town for work and then head back to their yard.
Taking the slightly still elevated curve south of Doerun, the Moultrie Turn heads south from working the mill just up the road with the only GP20 left on GFRR.
One car southbound train heads for Valdosta passing the old whistle post with the former Ray City caboose in tow for the first time since being put back on the rails.
Loads of military equipment head towards Jacksonville via the "backdoor" on the SP line from Baldwin.
After picking up a few MOW ballast cars out of a stub track in St. George, the Veterans locomotive comes into the golden sunset light coming into the outskirts of Valdosta.