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Track profile from 1921
Title:  Track profile from 1921
Description:  This is from a Central of Georgia track profile map showing being last revised on 1/1/1921. It shows the layout at Griffin GA and also shows the Southern lines to McDonough and Columbus.
Photo Date:  1/1/1921  Upload Date: 2/3/2013 2:29:28 PM
Location:  Griffin, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
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Views:  426   Comments: 0
Train Register book
Title:  Train Register book
Description:  This is a page from January 1970 from the register book at Americus GA. I "rescued" several of these books in the early 1980's from the abandoned freight depot (now torn down) in Americus. While I do not have an employee timetable for the 1970's I do have a 1967 edition and it helps shed a little light so as to better understand the information here. Americus was a bit tricky. Timetable directions indicate that a train traveling from Columbus to Albany was considered eastbound from Columbus to Americus and was shown as westbound from Americus to Albany. Therefore trains traveling from Columbus to Albany would leave Columbus as an even numbered train, since westbounds and northbound trains were assigned even numbers, but would get a new number at Americus due to now heading west since westbounds and southbound trains are traditionally odd numbered trains. The process was reversed on trains traveling from Albany to Columbus. Therefore train #64 from Columbus to Albany became #65 at Americus. Train #66 became #67, #52 became #53, and #50 became #51. Check the eastbound and westbound registers for the same day and you will see that the engine numbers and crews stay the same only the numbers change. As further information #'s 64, 65, 66, and 67 appear to be freights while #52/53 appear to be the City of Miami. Note the IC locomotive numbers and the consist showing 14 cars. #50 and #51 appear to be the Seminole. Did the Seminole come off at the end of this month?? Again note the locomotive numbers and the consist. #83 and #84 is a local that operated between Americus and Eufaula via Smithville. Of interest is there is no entry for trains that traveled between Albany and Macon. I'm not sure if perhaps there was another book they would use to register or if they were not required to register. The work extra that shows up as working between Hope and the MP H250 was actually a local that went toward the Macon side to work a bauxite mine and return to Americus. Finally as information, the station Opto was actually the Albany end of double track while Hope is now known as BV&E Jct. I hope you find this as interesting as I do.....a glimpse into railroading in the past.
Photo Date:  1/1/1970  Upload Date: 9/8/2007 5:30:52 AM
Location:  Americus, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
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Views:  677   Comments: 2
Train Register book
Title:  Train Register book
Description:  This is a page from January 1970 from the register book at Americus GA. I "rescued" several of these books in the early 1980's from the abandoned freight depot (now torn down) in Americus. While I do not have an employee timetable for the 1970's I do have a 1967 edition and it helps shed a little light so as to better understand the information here. Americus was a bit tricky. Timetable directions indicate that a train traveling from Columbus to Albany was considered eastbound from Columbus to Americus and was shown as westbound from Americus to Albany. Therefore trains traveling from Columbus to Albany would leave Columbus as an even numbered train, since westbounds and northbound trains were assigned even numbers, but would get a new number at Americus due to now heading west since westbounds and southbound trains are traditionally odd numbered trains. The process was reversed on trains traveling from Albany to Columbus. Therefore train #64 from Columbus to Albany became #65 at Americus. Train #66 became #67, #52 became #53, and #50 became #51. Check the eastbound and westbound registers for the same day and you will see that the engine numbers and crews stay the same only the numbers change. As further information #'s 64, 65, 66, and 67 appear to be freights while #52/53 appear to be the City of Miami. Note the IC locomotive numbers and the consist showing 14 cars. #50 and #51 appear to be the Seminole. Did the Seminole come off at the end of this month?? Again note the locomotive numbers and the consist. #83 and #84 is a local that operated between Americus and Eufaula via Smithville. Of interest is there is no entry for trains that traveled between Albany and Macon. I'm not sure if perhaps there was another book they would use to register or if they were not required to register. The work extra that shows up as working between Hope and the MP H250 was actually a local that went toward the Macon side to work a bauxite mine and return to Americus. Finally as information, the station Opto was actually the Albany end of double
Photo Date:  1/1/1970  Upload Date: 9/8/2007 5:31:20 AM
Location:  Americus, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
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Views:  994   Comments: 1
Train Register book
Title:  Train Register book
Description:  This is a page from the February 1970 register book at Americus GA and appears to show the effects of a nearly complete renumbering of trains. The City of Miami is now numbered #13/14 (Note on 2/17 it appears to be powered by the CofG's very own #812). Other changes include a change in timetable directions. Albany to Columbus is now considered westbound while trains traveling from Albany to Macon now change timetable direction at Americus and are considered eastbound from Americus to Macon. Therefore #125 becomes #190 and #189 becomes #126 for trains traveling between Macon and Albany. #83 and #84 keep their numbers and continue as a local operating between Americus and Eufaula via Smithville. I went to work for Southern in 1981 and many of the people shown on these pages were still at Southern when I went to work there. Their names have special meaning for me and fond memories. "Browning" was Ray Browning who also worked the local from Albany to Dothan, which passed through my hometown of Hilton GA, and was probably the person most responsible for me becoming the railfan I am today. He passed away not long after I went to work for Southern in 1981. "Hinson" is Jack Hinson, "Yarbrough" is Grady Paul Yarbrough who told me of how his first job on the railroad was firing a steam locomotive from Albany down to Dothan. "Dorsey" is David Dorsey. "Thompson" is Jimmy Thompson, a bear of a man who died of a heart attack while playing softball. Intersting stuff.....thought some might like it.
Photo Date:  2/15/1970  Upload Date: 9/8/2007 5:32:03 AM
Location:  Americus, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
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Views:  518   Comments: 1
Train Register book
Title:  Train Register book
Description:  This is a page from the February 1970 register book at Americus GA and appears to show the effects of a nearly complete renumbering of trains. The City of Miami is now numbered #13/14 (Note on 2/17 it appears to be powered by the CofG's very own #812). Other changes include a change in timetable directions. Albany to Columbus is now considered westbound while trains traveling from Albany to Macon now change timetable direction at Americus and are considered eastbound from Americus to Macon. Therefore #125 becomes #190 and #189 becomes #126 for trains traveling between Macon and Albany. #83 and #84 keep their numbers and continue as a local operating between Americus and Eufaula via Smithville. I went to work for Southern in 1981 and many of the people shown on these pages were still at Southern when I went to work there. Their names have special meaning for me and fond memories. "Browning" was Ray Browning who also worked the local from Albany to Dothan, which passed through my hometown of Hilton GA, and was probably the person most responsible for me becoming the railfan I am today. He passed away not long after I went to work for Southern in 1981. "Hinson" is Jack Hinson, "Yarbrough" is Grady Paul Yarbrough who told me of how his first job on the railroad was firing a steam locomotive from Albany down to Dothan. "Dorsey" is David Dorsey. "Thompson" is Jimmy Thompson, a bear of a man who died of a heart attack while playing softball. Intersting stuff.....thought some might like it.
Photo Date:  2/15/1970  Upload Date: 9/8/2007 5:32:30 AM
Location:  Americus, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
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Views:  480   Comments: 1
Old N&W boxcar
Title:  Old N&W boxcar
Description:  A N&W 50 foot cushioned underframe plug door boxcar in a rather drab paint scheme is seen here.
Photo Date:  6/1/1978  Upload Date: 12/17/2010 6:56:04 AM
Location:  Hilton, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
Categories:  Roster
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Views:  865   Comments: 2
Old GM&O boxcar
Title:  Old GM&O boxcar
Description:  A GM&O 40 foot boxcar is seen here looking like its got some rough miles on it.
Photo Date:  6/1/1978  Upload Date: 12/17/2010 6:56:39 AM
Location:  Saffold, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
Categories:  Roster
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Views:  1490   Comments: 2
Old GM&O boxcar
Title:  Old GM&O boxcar
Description:  An old GM&O 50 foot double door boxcar is seen here. The "DF" notation indicates the car is equipped with racks for "Damage Free" operation.
Photo Date:  6/1/1978  Upload Date: 12/17/2010 6:56:59 AM
Location:  Saffold, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
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Views:  612   Comments: 2
Old GM&O boxcar
Title:  Old GM&O boxcar
Description:  A GM&O 50 foot single door boxcar is seen here. I understand this boxcar was manufactured in Bessemer AL.
Photo Date:  6/1/1978  Upload Date: 12/17/2010 6:57:22 AM
Location:  Saffold, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
Categories:  Roster
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Views:  686   Comments: 2
Old Illinois Central boxcar
Title:  Old Illinois Central boxcar
Description:  An old IC 50 foot boxcar is seen here still proudly proclaiming the IC to be the "Mainline of Mid-America".
Photo Date:  6/1/1978  Upload Date: 12/17/2010 6:57:45 AM
Location:  Saffold, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
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Views:  339   Comments: 1
NS leaving town
Title:  NS leaving town
Description:  A pair of former N&W SD40-2's are seen crossing Range Street in Dothan as they leave town in the year 2000. A few years later in 2003 they would leave for good as the Gulf and Ohio leased th section of track from Dothan to Hilton GA. In 2006 G&W would assume the lease and operates this section today as the Chattahoochee Bay RR.
Photo Date:  1/28/2000  Upload Date: 8/18/2010 11:41:59 AM
Location:  Dothan, AL
Author:  Bryan Smith
Categories:  Action
Locomotives:  NS 6090(SD40-2)
Views:  486   Comments: 1
Now thats just funny
Title:  Now thats just funny
Description:  O.K....not really railroad related other than it is right down from the depot in Griffin. The bridge it refers to also crosses over the old CofG yard to the right in this photo. If you hit the bridge, you can't say you weren't warned.
Photo Date:  4/16/2000  Upload Date: 8/18/2010 11:42:34 AM
Location:  Griffin, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
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Views:  753   Comments: 3
UP tunnel motor
Title:  UP tunnel motor
Description:  A Union Pacific tunnel motor is seen leading the NS local at Hilton GA as they are about the enter the CIRR yard. This is the way they came from Albany and is the only time I have seen a tunnel motor leading with the long hood forward. This scene will never be repeated as GWI now operates this entire line from Albany GA to Dothan AL.
Photo Date:  3/10/2002  Upload Date: 1/22/2012 10:00:32 AM
Location:  Hilton, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
Categories:  Action
Locomotives:  UP 8616(SD40T-2)
Views:  390   Comments: 3
Long hood forward
Title:  Long hood forward
Description:  A former N&W SD40-2 is seen running long hood forward and leading a UP tunnel motor as they leave the CIRR yard and head back to the NS mainline.
Photo Date:  3/10/2002  Upload Date: 1/22/2012 10:01:02 AM
Location:  Hilton, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
Categories:  Action
Locomotives:  NS 6093(SD40-2)
Views:  369   Comments: 3
Old Southwestern depot
Title:  Old Southwestern depot
Description:  The old Southwestern Railroad freight depot is seen here with the corner of the modern Southern depot seen in the foreground. The Southern depot is built on the site of the former passenger depot. The old Southwestern depot was getting in bad shape and despite some efforts to preserve it, it was torn down a few years after this shot was taken. I worked with Southern during the 1980's and had a chance to look inside the old freight house. I found several old register books from the 1960's during the days when the Seminole and City of Miami passenger trains still ran through here. I scanned several pages and they can be seen here: http://bsmith3608.rrpicturearchives.net/locThumbs.aspx?id=25797
Photo Date:  8/1/2002  Upload Date: 1/22/2012 10:03:09 AM
Location:  Americus, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
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Views:  346   Comments: 1
Old Southwestern Railroad depot
Title:  Old Southwestern Railroad depot
Description:  The old Southwestern Railroad freight depot is seen here in rapidly deteriating condition. The old Southwestern depot was getting in bad shape and despite some efforts to preserve it, it was torn down a few years after this shot was taken. I worked with Southern during the 1980's and had a chance to look inside the old freight house. I found several old register books from the 1960's during the days when the Seminole and City of Miami passenger trains still ran through here. I scanned several pages and they can be seen here: http://bsmith3608.rrpicturearchives.net/locThumbs.aspx?id=25797
Photo Date:  8/1/2002  Upload Date: 1/22/2012 10:03:38 AM
Location:  Americus, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
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Views:  248   Comments: 1
Depots
Title:  Depots
Description:  The old Southwestern Railroad freight depot sits in the background and the modern Southern depot is seen in the foreground. The Southern depot is built on the site of the former passenger depot. The old Southwestern depot was getting in bad shape and despite some efforts to preserve it, it was torn down a few years after this shot was taken. I worked with Southern during the 1980's and had a chance to look inside the old freight house. I found several old register books from the 1960's during the days when the Seminole and City of Miami passenger trains still ran through here. I scanned several pages and they can be seen here: http://bsmith3608.rrpicturearchives.net/locThumbs.aspx?id=25797
Photo Date:  8/1/2002  Upload Date: 1/22/2012 10:01:49 AM
Location:  Americus, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
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Views:  295   Comments: 2
Old Albany and Northern trackage
Title:  Old Albany and Northern trackage
Description:  This is a 2004 view of former Albany and Northern trackage. This line operated between Albany and Cordele GA and came under the Southern Railway flag until abandoned in the early 1970's. Recently a portion of this trackage was relaid and this same scene in 2012 can be seen here: http://bsmith3608.rrpicturearchives.net/showPicture.aspx?id=3023183
Photo Date:  8/21/2004  Upload Date: 5/13/2012 9:55:27 AM
Location:  Cordele, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
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Views:  556   Comments: 1
Sign that obviously borrows from Southern's slogan from years back.  Think Brosnan or Claytor are spinning in their graves??  Especially since it was found on the old ACL depot
Title:  Sign that obviously borrows from Southern's slogan from years back. Think Brosnan or Claytor are spinning in their graves?? Especially since it was found on the old ACL depot
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Photo Date:  3/1/2005  Upload Date: 3/22/2005 5:23:12 PM
Location:  Tifton, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
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Views:  607   Comments: 0
Northbound NS
Title:  Northbound NS
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Photo Date:  3/12/2005  Upload Date: 3/21/2005 10:07:57 PM
Location:  Chula, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
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Locomotives:  NS 6711(SD60)
Views:  609   Comments: 0
Caboose (former SAL??) near old ACL mainline
Title:  Caboose (former SAL??) near old ACL mainline
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Photo Date:  3/12/2005  Upload Date: 3/21/2005 10:11:06 PM
Location:  Tifton, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
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Views:  568   Comments: 1
Former ACL freight depot
Title:  Former ACL freight depot
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Photo Date:  3/12/2005  Upload Date: 3/21/2005 10:14:17 PM
Location:  Tifton, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
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Views:  408   Comments: 0
CofG caboose X17
Title:  CofG caboose X17
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Photo Date:  3/12/2005  Upload Date: 3/21/2005 10:17:58 PM
Location:  Tifton, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
Categories:  RollingStock
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Views:  682   Comments: 0
CofG X17
Title:  CofG X17
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Photo Date:  3/12/2005  Upload Date: 3/21/2005 10:19:51 PM
Location:  Tifton, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
Categories:  RollingStock
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Views:  901   Comments: 0
Old Diner located near old ACL mainline
Title:  Old Diner located near old ACL mainline
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Photo Date:  3/12/2005  Upload Date: 3/21/2005 10:22:51 PM
Location:  Tifton, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
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Views:  1306   Comments: 1
Freight station
Title:  Freight station
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Photo Date:  3/12/2005  Upload Date: 3/21/2005 10:25:09 PM
Location:  Tifton, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
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Views:  375   Comments: 0
Old GS&F depot
Title:  Old GS&F depot
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Photo Date:  3/12/2005  Upload Date: 3/21/2005 10:27:27 PM
Location:  Tifton, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
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Views:  559   Comments: 0
Sign still proclaiming Southern's ownership.  Found
Title:  Sign still proclaiming Southern's ownership. Found
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Photo Date:  3/12/2005  Upload Date: 3/22/2005 5:21:27 PM
Location:  Tifton, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
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Views:  477   Comments: 1
Former ACL depot
Title:  Former ACL depot
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Photo Date:  3/12/2005  Upload Date: 3/21/2005 10:29:42 PM
Location:  Tifton, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
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Views:  291   Comments: 0
Homemade grill built by CIRR employees
Title:  Homemade grill built by CIRR employees
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Photo Date:  3/23/2005  Upload Date: 3/23/2005 9:30:13 PM
Location:  Cedar Springs, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
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Views:  1420   Comments: 1
Old rusting slug CIRR 89
Title:  Old rusting slug CIRR 89
Description: 
Photo Date:  3/23/2005  Upload Date: 3/23/2005 9:26:56 PM
Location:  Cedar Springs, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
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Locomotives:  CIRR 89(Road Slug)
Views:  836   Comments: 1
CIRR shop facilities
Title:  CIRR shop facilities
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Photo Date:  3/23/2005  Upload Date: 3/23/2005 9:29:04 PM
Location:  Cedar Springs, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
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Views:  428   Comments: 0
Grill made by CIRR employees
Title:  Grill made by CIRR employees
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Photo Date:  3/23/2005  Upload Date: 3/23/2005 9:31:17 PM
Location:  Cedar Springs, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
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Plaque on back of grill built by CIRR employees.  The grill resembles a steam locomotive and also displays the CIRR's clever slogan, Better by a dam site.  Seen
Title:  Plaque on back of grill built by CIRR employees. The grill resembles a steam locomotive and also displays the CIRR's clever slogan, Better by a dam site. Seen
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Photo Date:  3/23/2005  Upload Date: 3/23/2005 9:33:00 PM
Location:  Cedar Springs, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
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Old CofG yard office
Title:  Old CofG yard office
Description:  The old CofG yard office has stood guard over the yard at Albany since 1923. Imagine the sites it has seen. Steam locomotives...City of Miami...The Seminole...The Flamingo...The Southland...etc.
Photo Date:  4/24/2005  Upload Date: 6/5/2005 10:29:01 AM
Location:  Albany, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
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Views:  486   Comments: 0
NS 5426
Title:  NS 5426
Description:  NS 5426 sits near the 7th Avenue crossing at Albany GA.
Photo Date:  4/24/2005  Upload Date: 6/5/2005 10:25:15 AM
Location:  Albany, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
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Locomotives:  NS 5426(SD50)
Views:  613   Comments: 0
Southern X557
Title:  Southern X557
Description:  Former Southern caboose sits in downtown park right next to NS's GS&F mainline. Ashburn is the location of the "Fire Ant Festival" thus the name on the caboose.
Photo Date:  4/24/2005  Upload Date: 4/26/2005 5:31:34 AM
Location:  Ashburn, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
Categories:  RollingStock
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Views:  484   Comments: 1
NS 9237
Title:  NS 9237
Description:  Southbound NS Pig train rolling through downtown Ashburn GA.
Photo Date:  4/24/2005  Upload Date: 4/26/2005 5:33:49 AM
Location:  Ashburn, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
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Locomotives:  NS 9237(C40-9W) CP 9734(AC44CW)
Views:  401   Comments: 0
Old ACL depot
Title:  Old ACL depot
Description:  The old ACL depot in Camilla has been renovated and now used as a welcome center.
Photo Date:  4/24/2005  Upload Date: 5/8/2005 6:01:29 PM
Location:  Camilla, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
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Views:  244   Comments: 0
CSX southbound
Title:  CSX southbound
Description:  CSX southbound leaving Cordele with a trailing GP38-2 smoking it up.
Photo Date:  4/24/2005  Upload Date: 5/8/2005 6:04:30 PM
Location:  Cordele, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
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Locomotives:  UP 9642(C44-9W)
Views:  342   Comments: 0
SP patched unit
Title:  SP patched unit
Description:  CSX southbound train leaving Cordele GA.
Photo Date:  4/24/2005  Upload Date: 5/8/2005 6:06:31 PM
Location:  Cordele, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
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Locomotives:  UP 9647(C44-9W)
Views:  645   Comments: 0
Crossing
Title:  Crossing
Description:  An NS northbound waits while a CSX southbound moves across the diamonds at Cordele GA.
Photo Date:  4/24/2005  Upload Date: 5/8/2005 6:07:41 PM
Location:  Cordele, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
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Views:  366   Comments: 0
Chicken
Title:  Chicken
Description:  Don't know why he's crossing but he better move along. He's passing over the very busy CSX mainline in Fitzgerald GA.
Photo Date:  4/24/2005  Upload Date: 5/8/2005 5:51:01 PM
Location:  Fitzgerald, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
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Views:  448   Comments: 2
Old AB&C depot
Title:  Old AB&C depot
Description:  Nicely restored passenger depot in Fitzgerald GA now used by the City of Fitzgerald.
Photo Date:  4/24/2005  Upload Date: 5/8/2005 5:45:41 PM
Location:  Fitzgerald, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
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Views:  346   Comments: 0
Working Birdsong Peanut
Title:  Working Birdsong Peanut
Description:  NS local G93 working Birdsong Peanut in Blakely GA.
Photo Date:  5/2/2005  Upload Date: 6/5/2005 10:13:17 AM
Location:  Blakely, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
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Locomotives:  NS 5323(GP38-2)
Views:  641   Comments: 1
NREX 9385
Title:  NREX 9385
Description:  Former SP tunnel motor at Blakely GA.
Photo Date:  5/2/2005  Upload Date: 6/5/2005 10:15:51 AM
Location:  Blakely, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
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Locomotives:  NREX 9385(SD45T-2)
Views:  761   Comments: 2
CSX 261
Title:  CSX 261
Description:  CSX Northbound roars through Cordele while the switch engine power rests.
Photo Date:  7/17/2005  Upload Date: 7/18/2005 7:14:27 PM
Location:  Cordele, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
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Locomotives:  CSX 261(AC44CW) CSX 5922(B36-7)
Views:  558   Comments: 0
Roadrailers
Title:  Roadrailers
Description:  NS Southbound Roadrailers passing over the CSX crossing.
Photo Date:  7/17/2005  Upload Date: 7/18/2005 7:30:52 PM
Location:  Cordele, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
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Locomotives:  NS 9016(C40-9W)
Views:  524   Comments: 0
Roadrailers
Title:  Roadrailers
Description:  Southbound NS Roadrailer (#245) passes through Cordele with a single locomotive. Next stop: Arabi, a siding where the Roadrailer will take the siding and meet 3 northbounds.
Photo Date:  7/17/2005  Upload Date: 7/18/2005 7:16:23 PM
Location:  Cordele, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
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Locomotives:  NS 9016(C40-9W)
Views:  459   Comments: 0
Roadrailers meet autoracks
Title:  Roadrailers meet autoracks
Description:  NS Southbound Roadrailers (#245) meet northbound autoracks (26E) at Arabi.
Photo Date:  7/17/2005  Upload Date: 7/18/2005 7:17:42 PM
Location:  Arabi, GA
Author:  Bryan Smith
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Views:  394   Comments: 0


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