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  1. South Through Rock Spring, GA

    South Through Rock Spring, GA

    The Southern Railway 630 leads one of the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museums Summerville Steam Special trips through Rock Spring, GA south on its way from Chattanooga down to Summerville, GA.
  2. Pulling West In Sylacauga, AL

    Pulling West In Sylacauga, AL

    NS A45 starts its pull West in Sylacauga, AL on the NS P-Line.
  3. Waiting For The Call

    Waiting For The Call

    NS Local Turn A45 waits in Sylacauga, AL for the call to proceed West on the NS (Central of Georgia) P-Line towards Irondale, AL.
  4. Topping  Trammells Hill In Alabama

    Topping Trammells Hill In Alabama

    NS 335, a Westbound Central of Georgia train, tops Trammells Hill as it readies for a meet with its counterpart, NS 334. It's a long 5+ mile, 1.16% descent down the hill into Sylacauga, AL from here for 335.
  5. Waycross, Georgia Oddities

    Waycross, Georgia Oddities

    Progress Rail SW1200RS 1371 built ins 1960 for CN under the same number and its mate, the 1339 built in 1959 for CN, sit in Waycross, GA.
  6. Waycross, Georgia Oddities

    Waycross, Georgia Oddities

    EMD SW9 Conrail Switcher. Built March 1953 as the PRR 8521
  7. Somewhere In SW Georgia

    Somewhere In SW Georgia

    I found this shot I took last October of a Northbound train somewhere North of Valdosta, GA.
  8. Switching The West End Of The Yard

    Switching The West End Of The Yard

    NS 3319 is seen here in Columbus, GA switching the West end of the yard that exits onto the NS P-Line.
  9. Central of Georgia Tower At Macon, A Third and Final View

    Central of Georgia Tower At Macon, A Third and Final View

    A third view of This grand old Central of Georgia Railway coaling tower stills stands proudly overlooking downtown Macon, Ga. This is one of the last remnants of the former CofGa yard located here. It's a miracle this structure is actually still standing today!
  10. Central of Georgia Tower At Macon,  A Second Look!

    Central of Georgia Tower At Macon, A Second Look!

    From a different angle, This grand old Central of Georgia Railway coaling tower stills stands proudly overlooking downtown Macon, Ga. This is one of the last remnants of the former CofGa yard located here. It's a miracle this structure is actually still standing today!
  11. Terminal Station, Macon, GA

    Terminal Station, Macon, GA

    This photomerge shot using 3 photos shows the front of Terminal Station in downtown Macon, GA. This station once handled around 100 trains a day from the Central of Georgia, Southern and Georgia Southern and Florida and other lines. It was closed in 1975, but is now being used by the city for...
  12. Central of Georgia Tower At Macon

    Central of Georgia Tower At Macon

    This grand old Central of Georgia Railway coaling tower stills stands proudly overlooking downtown Macon, Ga. This is one of the last remnants of the former CofGa yard located here. It's a miracle this structure is actually still standing today!
  13. Relic Of The Past In Georgia

    Relic Of The Past In Georgia

    This beautiful coaling tower on the Georgia Railroad line in Camak, GA looks to be in GREAT shape. In the background you can see the Georgia Railroad depot located there also.
  14. CofGa 509 At Macon

    CofGa 509 At Macon

    This Central of Georgia Railway 509 Baldwin 2-8-0 steam locomotive is seen at the entrance to Central City Park in downtown Macon, GA. The paint's peeling, there are numerous parts missing, but this baby still looks beautiful.
  15. The GrandLuxe Journey Tours train Amtrak 017

    The GrandLuxe Journey Tours train Amtrak 017

    Here the GrandLuxe Train is seen at the full authorized speed of 55 MPH on the NS P-Line through Gold Ridge, (Gold Hll) Alabama heading West from Columbus, GA to Birmingham, AL.
  16. GrandLuxe Crossing The River

    GrandLuxe Crossing The River

    The GrandLuxe Journey Tour, Amtrak 017, crosses the Chattahoochee River from Columbus, GA to Phenix City, AL on the NS Central of Georgia P-Line. This line NEVER see's Amtrak or any passenger train, so these trips are unique.
  17. Two In The Yard

    Two In The Yard

    This zoom shot of the North end of the NS (CofGa) yard in Columbus, GA shows a little switching work going on during a stormy Friday, March afternoon.
  18. Waiting.......and waiting..........and waiting........

    Waiting.......and waiting..........and waiting........

    The Carolina Piedmont 70, a GP8, rests quietly in the Georgia Southwestern (GSWR) yard in Columbus, GA on a Friday afternoon.
  19. The Brickyard Switcher

    The Brickyard Switcher

    The NS 3213 works the NS (Central of Georgia) yard in downtown Columbus, GA on a stormy Friday afternoon in March of 2008.
  20. Georgia Southwestern Depot

    Georgia Southwestern Depot

    This former Central of Georgia Depot now serves the Georgia Southwestern Railroad in Dawson, GA.


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