Railroad pictures from Tuscaloosa, Alabama and beyond
Conrail motive power seen in Tuscaloosa. This photo was taken at the NS/Amtrak station in town. The train was a mixed freight.
A different angle on the same loco as the first. The train was moving at probably 30 to 35 MPH--an average speed through town. The photo was taken from the station platform.
There are other Conrail photos mixed in the NS section. The above photos were taken long before the NS/CSX buyout.
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