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Bernie Feltman's Collection
 
3/1/2024
 
 
 
 
 
By:Bernie Feltman
Dates:1/1/1975 - 7/30/2009
Album Info:Still/roster shots of SCL/SBD/etc locomotives, equipment and physical plant in Alabama
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Depot and water tank
Title:  Depot and water tank
Description:  Cragford, AL Atlantic Coast Line (AB&C) depot from the collection of Bernie Feltman
Photo Date:  1/1/1950  Upload Date: 5/31/2009 12:45:29 PM
Location:  Cragford, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories: 
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Views:  611   Comments: 3
Train 587, the Wadley Turn, has five pulpwood loads ready to pick up on its return trip to Manchester
Title:  Train 587, the Wadley Turn, has five pulpwood loads ready to pick up on its return trip to Manchester
Description:  Abanda's name is derived from the arrival of the A. B. AND A. Railroad in 1909. Bailey Brother's woodyard was one of the last active pulpwood yards on the Lineville Subdivision.
Photo Date:  8/15/1973  Upload Date: 3/19/2011 7:10:01 PM
Location:  Abanda, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Roster,Yard
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Views:  1039   Comments: 10
Seaboard Coast Line "Camp Car" #770595 tied down with other camp cars on the House Track
Title:  Seaboard Coast Line "Camp Car" #770595 tied down with other camp cars on the House Track
Description:  The Wadley depot still stands in 2011, just barely
Photo Date:  8/15/1973  Upload Date: 4/3/2011 10:19:09 AM
Location:  Wadley, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Station
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Views:  1362   Comments: 7
The crew of the Wadley Turn (trains 588 & 587 based in Manchester, Georgia) is building its train for the run back to the home terminal.  The crew has gotten permission from the Atlanta based train dispatcher to use the south siding switch in "hand-throw"
Title:  The crew of the Wadley Turn (trains 588 & 587 based in Manchester, Georgia) is building its train for the run back to the home terminal. The crew has gotten permission from the Atlanta based train dispatcher to use the south siding switch in "hand-throw"
Description:  When 587 departs Wadley, the pulpwood cars on the right will be on the head-end of its train. The loaded pulpwood cars are about to be classified and the ones destined for Coosa Pines will be left here for northbound 320 to pick up later in the day. The southbound loads will be taken by 587 back to Manchester for forwarding to the various papermills located in Brunswick, Port St. Joe, Palatka, Panama City and elsewhere.
Photo Date:  8/15/1973  Upload Date: 3/19/2011 7:36:07 PM
Location:  Wadley, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Signal,Track
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Views:  833   Comments: 6
Seaboard Coast Line caboose #0717 tied down on Sentell Spur
Title:  Seaboard Coast Line caboose #0717 tied down on Sentell Spur
Description:  Sentell Spur was the usual "tie-down" location for the Lineville Road-Switcher locomotive and caboose. In previous years, a lumber mill had been located on this track which was blocked at the end by a large pile of sawdust. My grandfather, the Lineville Supervisory Agent-Operator, would get several buckets of this sawdust each spring and use it as the secret ingredient as he prepared his garden soil for planting his tomato plants !!
Photo Date:  4/7/1974  Upload Date: 12/18/2011 10:09:12 AM
Location:  Lineville, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  RollingStock
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Views:  387   Comments: 5
An overview of Cleveland Pulpwood Yard
Title:  An overview of Cleveland Pulpwood Yard
Description:  A close look at the white building in the middle reveals a long, white pole leaning against the roof. This is the measuring stick that was used to determine the amount of inbound pulpwood that was delivered and sold to Cleveland. This was determined by using an average cubic measure (height x width x length) at several locations on the load
Photo Date:  5/25/1974  Upload Date: 12/26/2011 9:29:32 AM
Location:  Cragford, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
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Views:  819   Comments: 11
Seaboard Coast Line "Fruit Growers Express" insulated box car #690521 and caboose #0717
Title:  Seaboard Coast Line "Fruit Growers Express" insulated box car #690521 and caboose #0717
Description:  SCL #690521 was a load of beer destined for a distributor in Talladega, Alabama the following Monday. It was very, very unusual to see loaded cars on Sentell Spur due to the condition of the track. The Lineville Road-Switcher locomotives were almost never located past the point where the caboose is tied down in this photo
Photo Date:  5/25/1974  Upload Date: 12/18/2011 10:09:36 AM
Location:  Lineville, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Roster,RollingStock
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Views:  1973   Comments: 8
Atlantic Coast Line pulpwood car #110332 and another 70 ton car await loading by Cleveland Pulpwood Yard
Title:  Atlantic Coast Line pulpwood car #110332 and another 70 ton car await loading by Cleveland Pulpwood Yard
Description:  The empty pulpwood cars are located on the former Cragford House Track which has been reconfigured. Formerly, the track ran parallel to the main and siding before being curved away to enable pulpwood car loading. Normally, procedure was for the Lineville Switcher to arrive from the north (around the curve in the distance), open the woodyard switch and remove the loads, set the loads over to the main, ease backwards with the empties behind the power, cut off from the empties and roll the locomotive to a coupling with the loads, and let gravity take the empties into the clear (roll by switch) into the woodyard. Facing point switches were handled with ease and speed back in the day. When gravity failed, sticks of pulpwood would be used to move the cars into the clear in a "poling" type move that could be very dangerous if the wood wasn't sturdy enough to withstand the pressure.
Photo Date:  8/12/1974  Upload Date: 12/26/2011 9:29:30 AM
Location:  Cragford, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  RollingStock,Yard
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Views:  1164   Comments: 7
Seaboard Coast Line GP7 #887 sits on the House Track with empty gondolas for loading freshly cut cross ties
Title:  Seaboard Coast Line GP7 #887 sits on the House Track with empty gondolas for loading freshly cut cross ties
Description:  The South House Track switch is on the left, under the bridge and branches off the main track. The camera looks north in line with the siding. The track veering to the right, towards the camera, is the Sentell Spur. Just on the other side of the bridge, the tracks are the Outside Track and Cleveland Pulpwood Yard (empty woodracks visible). The Outside Track was the primary track used for picking up and setting off local cars by thru freights. It had a capacity of around 60 cars and, when necessary, could be augmented by the Hill Track and House Track
Photo Date:  8/12/1974  Upload Date: 1/1/2012 12:41:12 PM
Location:  Lineville, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Bridge,Station
Locomotives:  SCL 887(GP7)
Views:  737   Comments: 6
Seaboard Coast Line GP7 #910, tied down on the old Sentell Spur for the weekend, was being used as power for the Lineville Road-Switcher
Title:  Seaboard Coast Line GP7 #910, tied down on the old Sentell Spur for the weekend, was being used as power for the Lineville Road-Switcher
Description:  Seaboard Coast Line GP7 #900 was built November 1950 as Seaboard Air Line #1730.
Photo Date:  8/24/1974  Upload Date: 12/16/2011 11:35:36 AM
Location:  Lineville, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SCL 910(GP7)
Views:  716   Comments: 6
The former Atlantic Coast Line (later Seaboard Coast Line) depot
Title:  The former Atlantic Coast Line (later Seaboard Coast Line) depot
Description:  The trusswork, eaves, downspouts and trim of this depot were very elaborate. As I recall, the walls were actually "formed" concrete with the planks of the forms making the exterior walls appear wooden
Photo Date:  9/13/1974  Upload Date: 8/3/2012 10:09:11 AM
Location:  Talladega, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Roster,Station
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Views:  525   Comments: 4
Seaboard Coast Line SD35 #1918 in Louisville & Nashville's Boyles Yard
Title:  Seaboard Coast Line SD35 #1918 in Louisville & Nashville's Boyles Yard
Description:  Seaboard Coast Line SD35 #1918 was built June 1965 as Atlantic Coast Line #1018. Later became Seaboard System #4593, then CSX #4593
Photo Date:  10/1/1974  Upload Date: 4/3/2011 10:19:03 AM
Location:  Birmingham, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories: 
Locomotives:  SCL 1918(SD35) SCL 1824(U36B)
Views:  1152   Comments: 8
Several years before this photo, there were Inside and Outside Tracks where the empty woodracks are parked.  After a derailment tore up the entire inside track, the two tracks were tied together to form a 40 car capacity yard track
Title:  Several years before this photo, there were Inside and Outside Tracks where the empty woodracks are parked. After a derailment tore up the entire inside track, the two tracks were tied together to form a 40 car capacity yard track
Description:  Atlantic Coast Line Pulpwood Rack #110637 is one of many types of cars used to haul the same commodity as demonstrated by this cut of empties
Photo Date:  10/23/1974  Upload Date: 7/21/2010 11:35:29 PM
Location:  Lineville, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Roster,Yard
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Views:  1412   Comments: 1
Seaboard Coast Line GP7 #887 ratchet style handbrake
Title:  Seaboard Coast Line GP7 #887 ratchet style handbrake
Description:  Seaboard Coast Line GP7 #887 was built April 1950 as Seaboard Air Line #1707. It was part of the GP16 Capital Rebuild program and became Clinchfield 4607, then Seaboard System 4607, then CSX 1707 and finally, INPR 1707
Photo Date:  11/3/1974  Upload Date: 6/3/2018 10:03:58 AM
Location:  Lineville, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories: 
Locomotives:  SCL 887(GP7)
Views:  170   Comments: 0
Seaboard Coast Line GP7 #887 gauges on rear wall of engine cab
Title:  Seaboard Coast Line GP7 #887 gauges on rear wall of engine cab
Description:  Seaboard Coast Line GP7 #887 was built April 1950 as Seaboard Air Line #1707. It was part of the GP16 Capital Rebuild program and became Clinchfield 4607, then Seaboard System 4607, then CSX 1707 and finally, INPR 1707
Photo Date:  11/3/1974  Upload Date: 6/3/2018 10:03:52 AM
Location:  Lineville, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories: 
Locomotives:  SCL 887(GP7)
Views:  140   Comments: 0
Seaboard Coast Line GP7 control stand (note the rope on the right side with the wooden handle - this was the horn valve)
Title:  Seaboard Coast Line GP7 control stand (note the rope on the right side with the wooden handle - this was the horn valve)
Description:  Seaboard Coast Line GP7 #887 was built April 1950 as Seaboard Air Line #1707. It was part of the GP16 Capital Rebuild program and became Clinchfield 4607, then Seaboard System 4607, then CSX 1707 and finally, INPR 1707
Photo Date:  11/3/1974  Upload Date: 6/3/2018 10:04:08 AM
Location:  Lineville, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories: 
Locomotives:  SCL 887(GP7)
Views:  268   Comments: 0
Seaboard Coast Line GP7 #887 lavish toilet facility (sarcasm) in high-nose short hood of locomotive
Title:  Seaboard Coast Line GP7 #887 lavish toilet facility (sarcasm) in high-nose short hood of locomotive
Description:  Seaboard Coast Line GP7 #887 was built April 1950 as Seaboard Air Line #1707. It was part of the GP16 Capital Rebuild program and became Clinchfield 4607, then Seaboard System 4607, then CSX 1707 and finally, INPR 1707
Photo Date:  11/3/1974  Upload Date: 6/3/2018 10:04:03 AM
Location:  Lineville, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories: 
Locomotives:  SCL 887(GP7)
Views:  288   Comments: 0
The weekend has seen SCL GP7 #887 set-out on the north end of the House Track for use as power for the Lineville Road-Switcher.  The track to the right is the Hill Track, the 1st track to the left is the Main Line, the 2nd track to the left is the Siding
Title:  The weekend has seen SCL GP7 #887 set-out on the north end of the House Track for use as power for the Lineville Road-Switcher. The track to the right is the Hill Track, the 1st track to the left is the Main Line, the 2nd track to the left is the Siding
Description:  Seaboard Coast Line GP7 #887 was built April 1950 as Seaboard Air Line #1707. It was part of the GP16 Capital Rebuild program and became Clinchfield 4607, then Seaboard System 4607, then CSX 1707 and finally, INPR 1707
Photo Date:  11/3/1974  Upload Date: 7/21/2010 11:32:03 PM
Location:  Lineville, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SCL 887(GP7)
Views:  557   Comments: 2
Thanksgiving weekend 1974 sees SCL GP7 #903, power for the Lineville Road-Switcher, tied down on Sentell Spur
Title:  Thanksgiving weekend 1974 sees SCL GP7 #903, power for the Lineville Road-Switcher, tied down on Sentell Spur
Description:  Seaboard Coast Line GP7 #903, built June 1950, was delivered by EMD as Seaboard Air Line #1723
Photo Date:  11/26/1974  Upload Date: 7/21/2010 11:32:46 PM
Location:  Lineville, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SCL 903(GP7)
Views:  536   Comments: 3
Seaboard Coast Line #1239, an ALCO C420, tied up behind the depot
Title:  Seaboard Coast Line #1239, an ALCO C420, tied up behind the depot
Description:  SCL Alco C420 #1239 was built December 1965 as Piedmont Northern #2001
Photo Date:  12/30/1974  Upload Date: 1/12/2012 10:23:27 PM
Location:  Starke, FL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SCL 1239(C420)
Views:  975   Comments: 6
Seaboard Coast Line Alco C420 #1239 and caboose #0852 behind the depot
Title:  Seaboard Coast Line Alco C420 #1239 and caboose #0852 behind the depot
Description:  Seaboard Coast Line Alco C420 was built December 1965 as Piedmont & Northern #2001. Unit left SCL roster and became Louisville & Nashville #1378
Photo Date:  12/31/1974  Upload Date: 4/3/2011 10:18:59 AM
Location:  Starke, FL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories: 
Locomotives:  SCL 1239(C420)
Views:  1339   Comments: 8
Midmorning sun is beginning to melt the snow deposited overnight
Title:  Midmorning sun is beginning to melt the snow deposited overnight
Description:  The Lineville Road-Switcher crew reported before daylight on this Saturday to make their run to Talladega and return so they can end their week before lunch
Photo Date:  1/5/1975  Upload Date: 12/28/2009 12:06:02 AM
Location:  Lineville, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Winter,Station
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Views:  366   Comments: 1
Seaboard Coast Line (former Seaboard Air Line) depot
Title:  Seaboard Coast Line (former Seaboard Air Line) depot
Description:  As perspective, this view looks due east from the U. S. Highway 29 road crossing (towards the crew change point of Americus, Georgia and the east terminus of Savannah, Georgia). Due west is the terminus of this branch, Montgomery, Alabama, and connections with interchange partners Illinois Central Gulf (former Gulf, Mobile & Ohio), Louisville & Nashville and Southern Railway
Photo Date:  4/1/1977  Upload Date: 7/7/2009 8:20:54 PM
Location:  Fort Davis, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Station
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Views:  1444   Comments: 12
Sitting next to U. S. Highway 29 just south of the business district
Title:  Sitting next to U. S. Highway 29 just south of the business district
Description:  According to the timetable, this university town was a stop for the Amtrak Floridian
Photo Date:  4/1/1977  Upload Date: 7/7/2009 4:26:51 PM
Location:  Troy, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Roster,Station
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Views:  709   Comments: 9
Seaboard Coast Line U36B #1782, leading Western Railway of Alabama train #214,
Title:  Seaboard Coast Line U36B #1782, leading Western Railway of Alabama train #214,
Description:  Locomotive ran hot on climb up Notasulga Hill which goes from riverbottom near Montgomery practically all the way to Opelika. Engineer is using time from train meet delay to give lead unit a thorough going-over
Photo Date:  6/7/1977  Upload Date: 12/27/2009 4:28:16 PM
Location:  Opelika, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SCL 1782(U36B)
Views:  430   Comments: 2
The agent's desk (my grandfather) in the depot
Title:  The agent's desk (my grandfather) in the depot
Description:  The two "Armstrong" levers that operated the train order signal were located to the left of the second telephone. The telegraph keys and sounder were located to the right, just beyond the old manual typewriter
Photo Date:  8/12/1977  Upload Date: 6/8/2011 11:33:09 AM
Location:  Lineville, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Station
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Views:  571   Comments: 12
This is how my grandfather's desk looked like for most of his 40+ years at the depot
Title:  This is how my grandfather's desk looked like for most of his 40+ years at the depot
Description:  The telegraph key and sounder (with the upside down, empty Prince Albert can) sat where the thermos is located. Between the two windows on the far right is one of train order hoops used at Lineville. The depot wasn't air conditioned until the mid 1970's as evidenced by the shiny conduit just above the thermos
Photo Date:  8/12/1977  Upload Date: 6/13/2011 8:23:25 PM
Location:  Lineville, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Scenic,Station
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Views:  436   Comments: 8
The freighthouse door primarily used by customers to pick up and deliver shipments handled by rail
Title:  The freighthouse door primarily used by customers to pick up and deliver shipments handled by rail
Description:  A combination store/house (Scarborough's) sat behind the Lineville depot on the southwest side of the building. To the right, in this view, is the Gulf Oil Distributorship owned by J. B. Crews. Just out of sight, to the left of the door, is the certified scale used to weigh Lineville consigned freight
Photo Date:  8/12/1977  Upload Date: 6/15/2011 6:37:56 PM
Location:  Lineville, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Station
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Views:  478   Comments: 5
Certified freight scales in the freighthouse
Title:  Certified freight scales in the freighthouse
Description:  This industrial, certified scale was large enough to handle any shipment that could be manhandled into position for weighing. The weights were designed for use with a counterbalance to greatly increase the weighing capacity of the scale. For perspective, this scale was located on the opposite of the freighthouse as the house track
Photo Date:  8/12/1977  Upload Date: 6/15/2011 6:47:08 PM
Location:  Lineville, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Station
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Views:  304   Comments: 4
This is the rear of the scale looking back into the freighthouse.  As perspective, the house track is across the building, to the right, from this scale
Title:  This is the rear of the scale looking back into the freighthouse. As perspective, the house track is across the building, to the right, from this scale
Description:  The dual markings were used to get weights in hundreds and tens and both had thumb screws to secure the weights for later recording onto the waybill
Photo Date:  8/12/1977  Upload Date: 6/15/2011 6:47:13 PM
Location:  Lineville, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Station
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Views:  329   Comments: 3
Seaboard Coast Line VO-1000 #101 (EMD repowered) tied down behind the depot
Title:  Seaboard Coast Line VO-1000 #101 (EMD repowered) tied down behind the depot
Description:  SCL VO-1000 #101 was built August 1942 as Atlantic Coast Line #12. Unit was later repowered with an EMD 567 1200hp diesel.
Photo Date:  9/23/1978  Upload Date: 1/20/2012 11:25:45 PM
Location:  Troy, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SCL 101(VO-1000M)
Views:  790   Comments: 6
Seaboard Coast Line Baldwin VO-1000, EMD repowered, # 101
Title:  Seaboard Coast Line Baldwin VO-1000, EMD repowered, # 101
Description:  Atlantic Coast Line ordered several Baldwin VO-1000's new, and acquired more second-hand from Burlington Railroad. Delivered as ACL 608, the EMD repowered units were ACL #'s 10-18 (SCL 101 was ACL 12).
Photo Date:  9/23/1978  Upload Date: 8/1/2009 1:23:20 AM
Location:  Troy, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SCL 101(VO-1000M)
Views:  975   Comments: 4
Railbox #30308, released from the ACF St. Louis factory earlier in 1978, has been placed for loading at Wellborn Cabinet Company's warehouse
Title:  Railbox #30308, released from the ACF St. Louis factory earlier in 1978, has been placed for loading at Wellborn Cabinet Company's warehouse
Description:  The Hill Track behind the Lineville depot served many customers along its path. At the very end of the track, this old facility has been converted to warehouse space by Wellborn Cabinet Company. 33 years later, this track is long gone but Wellborn Cabinet Company remains in business
Photo Date:  11/1/1978  Upload Date: 8/2/2011 9:39:04 AM
Location:  Lineville, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  RollingStock
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Views:  688   Comments: 8
Seaboard Coast Line GP18 #1060
Title:  Seaboard Coast Line GP18 #1060
Description:  SCL GP18 #1060 was built December 1960 as Seaboard Air Line #404. After SCL, was re# SBD 1060, then went to IORY as # 71
Photo Date:  3/7/1979  Upload Date: 8/4/2009 12:33:58 AM
Location:  Montgomery, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SCL 1060(GP18)
Views:  1296   Comments: 0
Seaboard Coast Line #762966 at the south end of a long line of camp cars on the Outside Track
Title:  Seaboard Coast Line #762966 at the south end of a long line of camp cars on the Outside Track
Description:  Seaboard Coast Line #762966, plainly painted for "Roadway Service" and "Welder Car", sits directly across from the agent's office at the depot. Car was built in 1948 as Seaboard Air Line #22771 and rebuilt for Roadway Service in 1972
Photo Date:  11/11/1979  Upload Date: 7/7/2009 2:06:26 AM
Location:  Lineville, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Roster,RollingStock
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Views:  725   Comments: 9
Seaboard Coast Line roadway service car #762958 is at the end of a cut of camp cars in the outside track
Title:  Seaboard Coast Line roadway service car #762958 is at the end of a cut of camp cars in the outside track
Description:  There are 6 tool cars and 1 gondola in the foreground. All the cars past the gondola are associated with boarding and feeding the workers. At the right is the Lineville depot. SCL #762958 was built 1948 as Seaboard Air Line #22575 and converted to Roadway Service in 1972
Photo Date:  11/11/1979  Upload Date: 7/7/2009 2:17:06 AM
Location:  Lineville, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Roster,RollingStock,Yard
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Views:  674   Comments: 7
Seaboard Air Line #K71498 in a long line of camp cars in the outside track
Title:  Seaboard Air Line #K71498 in a long line of camp cars in the outside track
Description:  Seaboard Air Line #K71498 is amongst a large group of camp cars in long-term use by a gang based across from the depot at Lineville, Alabama
Photo Date:  11/11/1979  Upload Date: 6/8/2011 10:01:49 AM
Location:  Lineville, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Roster,RollingStock
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Views:  614   Comments: 9
Seaboard Coast Line GP9 #1006, serving as power for the Lineville Switcher,
Title:  Seaboard Coast Line GP9 #1006, serving as power for the Lineville Switcher,
Description:  Seaboard Coast Line GP9 #1006 was built November 1955 as Seaboard Air Line #1906. Was GP16 rebuild as SCL/Seaboard System #4637 and later became CSX #1737. After leaving roster, unit became R. J. Corman (RJCR) #1737
Photo Date:  11/11/1979  Upload Date: 8/5/2009 12:42:44 AM
Location:  Lineville, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SCL 1006(GP9)
Views:  931   Comments: 1
Seaboard Coast Line work train distributing new tie plates and spikes for installation of new ribbon rail for the main track on the left
Title:  Seaboard Coast Line work train distributing new tie plates and spikes for installation of new ribbon rail for the main track on the left
Description:  Section house, no longer used, remains standing to the right of the work train. Just to the rear of the caboose, on the right, was the location of a long-closed pulpwood yard.
Photo Date:  11/11/1979  Upload Date: 8/14/2011 7:47:37 PM
Location:  Cragford, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Roster,Signal,Track
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Views:  811   Comments: 4
Seaboard Coast Line GP9 #1043
Title:  Seaboard Coast Line GP9 #1043
Description:  SCL GP9 #1033 was built October 1956 as Seaboard Air Line #1970.
Photo Date:  3/3/1980  Upload Date: 1/10/2012 11:02:30 AM
Location:  Montgomery, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SCL 1043(GP9)
Views:  741   Comments: 5
Atlantic Coast Line shop complex, prior to demolition, adjacent to the Dothan Subdivision
Title:  Atlantic Coast Line shop complex, prior to demolition, adjacent to the Dothan Subdivision
Description: 
Photo Date:  4/20/1980  Upload Date: 7/31/2009 11:41:48 AM
Location:  Montgomery, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Yard,Station
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Views:  940   Comments: 9
Seaboard Coast Line GP9 #1050
Title:  Seaboard Coast Line GP9 #1050
Description:  SCL GP9 #1050 was built October 1956 as Seaboard Air Line 1798
Photo Date:  4/20/1980  Upload Date: 8/4/2009 12:34:31 AM
Location:  Montgomery, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SCL 1050(GP9)
Views:  801   Comments: 2
Seaboard Coast Line GP7 #869
Title:  Seaboard Coast Line GP7 #869
Description:  SCL GP7 # 869 was built December 1951 as Charleston & Western Carolina # 215; absorbed into ACL in 1959 and re# ACL 269
Photo Date:  4/20/1980  Upload Date: 8/3/2009 6:33:33 PM
Location:  Troy, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SCL 869(GP7)
Views:  914   Comments: 3
The new, open-deck Tallapoosa River bridge has been placed into service
Title:  The new, open-deck Tallapoosa River bridge has been placed into service
Description:  The former thru-truss bridge on the right has been retired and replaced by the new, higher capacity, open deck bridge. As perspective, this view looks east
Photo Date:  6/7/1981  Upload Date: 7/7/2009 1:46:03 PM
Location:  Wadley, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Bridge
Locomotives: 
Views:  600   Comments: 7
The open deck bridge in the foreground is a few days away from being placed into service replacing the old Tallapoosa River bridge in the background
Title:  The open deck bridge in the foreground is a few days away from being placed into service replacing the old Tallapoosa River bridge in the background
Description:  In a matter of weeks, the truss bridge will be gone. Several years later, CSX would extend Wadley siding from the old control point in town all the way out to this location (around the curve on the right of this photo).
Photo Date:  6/7/1981  Upload Date: 8/6/2009 7:57:09 AM
Location:  Wadley, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Bridge
Locomotives: 
Views:  774   Comments: 7
Seaboard Coast Line GP9 #1011, at West Jacksonville Shops,
Title:  Seaboard Coast Line GP9 #1011, at West Jacksonville Shops,
Description:  SCL GP9 #1011 was built November 1955 as Seaboard Air Line #1912
Photo Date:  9/18/1981  Upload Date: 1/11/2012 8:39:57 AM
Location:  Jacksonville, FL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SCL 1011(GP9)
Views:  1339   Comments: 12
Seaboard Coast Line GP40 #1634 at West Jacksonville Shops
Title:  Seaboard Coast Line GP40 #1634 at West Jacksonville Shops
Description:  Seaboard Coast Line GP40 #1634, built September 1971 on order #5793-2, later became Seaboard System #6788, then CSX #6788
Photo Date:  9/18/1981  Upload Date: 3/24/2011 1:47:30 PM
Location:  Jacksonville, FL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories: 
Locomotives:  SCL 1634(GP40)
Views:  613   Comments: 7
Seaboard Coast Line U33B #1727 (and SCL U30C #2122), missing their prime movers and radiator components,
Title:  Seaboard Coast Line U33B #1727 (and SCL U30C #2122), missing their prime movers and radiator components,
Description:  SCL U33B #1727, built January 1968, later became SBD 5607, then CSX 5607
Photo Date:  9/18/1981  Upload Date: 10/10/2009 11:28:34 PM
Location:  West Jacksonville, FL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SCL 1727(U33B)
Views:  1449   Comments: 4
Seaboard Coast Line U36B #1754, on a stub end track without stops,
Title:  Seaboard Coast Line U36B #1754, on a stub end track without stops,
Description:  SCL U36B #1754, built May 1970, later became CSX 5706
Photo Date:  9/18/1981  Upload Date: 9/13/2009 10:04:48 PM
Location:  West Jacksonville, FL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SCL 1754(U36B)
Views:  610   Comments: 1
Seaboard Coast Line SW9 #184
Title:  Seaboard Coast Line SW9 #184
Description:  SCL SW9 #184 was built as Atlantic Coast Line #702 in November 1951. After leaving the SCL roster, became BRG 184
Photo Date:  9/18/1981  Upload Date: 1/20/2012 11:25:51 PM
Location:  Jacksonville, FL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SCL 184(SW9)
Views:  750   Comments: 7


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