Photo Galleries: The Gadsden/Guntersville Area

Alabama and Tennessee River train M715 works the industries in Guntersville, AL on an overcast February day.

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Here is a neat shot of an ex-L&N bay window caboose in Gadsden Yard. The sign reads "We ask a lot, you keep on giving, but please work safe and keep on living. CSX Mobile Division - Gadsden Yard."

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The Tyson Railroad is really an intraplant switching operation at the Tyson Feed Mill in Ivalee, AL, near Gadsden. Here the Tyson's lone switcher, an SW900, rests between duties.

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A pair of CSX GP38-2s idle in the CSX Gadsden yard.

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A group of CSX units rest between assignments in CSX's Gadsden yard. This lash-up includes a pair of GP38-2s and a GP40-2 Mother/Road Slug combo.

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On a trip over to the Guntersville/Albertville/Gadsden area, we didn't find any running trains, but we did get a photo of a switcher at Progress Rail in Albertville. Here is a photo of the power in between calls to duty in the CSX Gadsden yard.

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Here is some idle NS power in the NS Attala yard, just outside Gadsden, AL.

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Progress Rail Services performs railcar repair and recycling and is located in Albertville, Alabama. Here is a shot of one of Progress' switcher, which appears be an SW1200 with Flexicoil trucks.

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