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3/1/2024
 
 
 
 
 
By:Bernie Feltman
Dates:1/1/1975 - 12/31/1982
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On the left is the "wrecker" train, in the middle is the ramp for handling piggyback trailers and flats "circus" style and on the right are cars used by the Roadway Department
Title:  On the left is the "wrecker" train, in the middle is the ramp for handling piggyback trailers and flats "circus" style and on the right are cars used by the Roadway Department
Description:  As Manchester Yard transitioned after the opening of Rice Yard in Waycross, Georgia, all of the equipment and track in this photo slowly vanished. For years, a couple of the old box cars on the right remained for storage and use by the Roadway Department, but those cars, too, eventually left the property.
Photo Date:  4/5/1977  Upload Date: 6/15/2011 7:29:50 PM
Location:  Manchester, GA
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Roster,RollingStock
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Views:  538   Comments: 5
Seaboard Coast Line M5 caboose #0889
Title:  Seaboard Coast Line M5 caboose #0889
Description:  Freshly repainted SCL M5 caboose #0889 as built with all windows still unplated
Photo Date:  7/29/1979  Upload Date: 7/25/2011 2:26:55 PM
Location:  Birmingham, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  RollingStock
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Views:  502   Comments: 5
Seaboard Coast Line caboose #916 brings up the rear of Atlanta bound train #322
Title:  Seaboard Coast Line caboose #916 brings up the rear of Atlanta bound train #322
Description:  A dreary day became a lot more dreary after 322's train cleared the crossing and the demolition of the ornate depot came into view
Photo Date:  3/29/1980  Upload Date: 7/8/2009 1:44:21 AM
Location:  Talbotton, GA
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  RollingStock,Station
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Views:  820   Comments: 10
Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac #933
Title:  Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac #933
Description:  The wooden building in the background was torn down shortly after this photo. This site is just north of the former dispatcher's office that is in use today with offices for trainmaster, road foreman of engines and meeting and training rooms
Photo Date:  4/9/1980  Upload Date: 7/31/2009 10:24:03 AM
Location:  Manchester, GA
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Roster,RollingStock,Yard
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Views:  1010   Comments: 7
Speno Rail Services, Inc. (SRGX) #508, one of four rail grinding cars in this work train, tied down for a long weekend
Title:  Speno Rail Services, Inc. (SRGX) #508, one of four rail grinding cars in this work train, tied down for a long weekend
Description:  SRGX #508 has a gross weight of 128,700 pounds
Photo Date:  9/22/1981  Upload Date: 7/31/2009 5:50:15 AM
Location:  Cedartown, GA
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Roster,RollingStock,Track
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Views:  1157   Comments: 6
Speno Rail Services, Inc. (SRGX) #509, converted from Santa Fe Dorm/Lounge #1393 built in 1946 by Budd,
Title:  Speno Rail Services, Inc. (SRGX) #509, converted from Santa Fe Dorm/Lounge #1393 built in 1946 by Budd,
Description:  SRGX #509 is part of the Speno train tied up for the weekend
Photo Date:  9/22/1981  Upload Date: 7/31/2009 5:52:49 AM
Location:  Cedartown, GA
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Roster,RollingStock,Passenger,Track
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Views:  1896   Comments: 7
Speno Rail Services, Inc. (SRGX) #800 designed to furnish power for the all electrical driven rail grinders in the Speno train, tied down for a long weekend
Title:  Speno Rail Services, Inc. (SRGX) #800 designed to furnish power for the all electrical driven rail grinders in the Speno train, tied down for a long weekend
Description:  SRGX #800 contains a large diesel powered motor capable of producing enough electricity to power the multiple grinding wheels in the Speno train
Photo Date:  9/22/1981  Upload Date: 7/31/2009 5:51:11 AM
Location:  Cedartown, GA
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Roster,RollingStock,Track
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Views:  801   Comments: 4
Former Seaboard Air Line depot
Title:  Former Seaboard Air Line depot
Description: 
Photo Date:  10/7/1984  Upload Date: 2/23/2012 8:23:34 AM
Location:  Richland, GA
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Station
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Views:  519   Comments: 6
The former Atlantic Coast Line/Seaboard Coast Line depot has now been adorned with "Seaboard System" markings
Title:  The former Atlantic Coast Line/Seaboard Coast Line depot has now been adorned with "Seaboard System" markings
Description:  In 2012, this depot still stands, minus the train order signal.
Photo Date:  4/9/1985  Upload Date: 7/3/2012 7:42:37 AM
Location:  Saffold, GA
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Station
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Views:  575   Comments: 5
The former Atlantic Coast Line/Seaboard Coast Line depot has now been adorned with "Seaboard System" markings
Title:  The former Atlantic Coast Line/Seaboard Coast Line depot has now been adorned with "Seaboard System" markings
Description:  In 2012, this depot still stands, minus the train order signal. In addition, the Ozark siding has been removed so the switch stand in the foreground is long gone, too
Photo Date:  4/23/1985  Upload Date: 7/3/2012 7:42:24 AM
Location:  Ozark, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Station
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Views:  857   Comments: 7
Baltimore & Ohio GP40 #3746
Title:  Baltimore & Ohio GP40 #3746
Description:  Baltimore & Ohio (B&O) GP40 #3746 was built December 1970 and later became CSX #6522
Photo Date:  3/22/1987  Upload Date: 5/27/2013 9:04:42 AM
Location:  Waterford, AL
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  BO 3746(GP40)
Views:  366   Comments: 3
Roadway forces do some "spot" tie work at the north end siding switch while the 1950's era searchlight signal displays a clear signal
Title:  Roadway forces do some "spot" tie work at the north end siding switch while the 1950's era searchlight signal displays a clear signal
Description:  Regardless of signal indication, the roadway crew is protected by a Form "W" order requiring approaching te rains to contact and receive approval from the foreman prior to proceeding thru the work limits. To the far left is the "dwarf" signal for northbound trains departing the siding
Photo Date:  3/2/2011  Upload Date: 7/9/2017 11:02:41 PM
Location:  Manchester, GA
Author:  Bernie Feltman
Categories:  Signal
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Views:  118   Comments: 1


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