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Batesville Job
Title:  Batesville Job
Description:  The Batesville job passes by MP 430 southbound thru downtown Senatobia with 3 cars for United Plastics in Sardis.
Photo Date:  12/28/2011  Upload Date: 12/30/2011 2:03:08 PM
Location:  Senatobia, MS
Author:  Joe Marascalco
Categories:  Action
Locomotives:  GMTX 2001(GP38)
Views:  570   Comments: 6
City of New Orleans
Title:  City of New Orleans
Description:  Train NO.1, the southbound City of New Orleans has just made its stop at Memphis Central Station and is passing through South Yard as it begins its 188 mile run over the Grenada District to Canton, MS.
Photo Date:  6/1/1968  Upload Date: 12/1/2011 3:43:59 PM
Location:  Memphis, TN
Author:  unknown
Categories:  Passenger
Locomotives:  IC 4039(E9A)
Views:  910   Comments: 10
Memphis Local
Title:  Memphis Local
Description:  The GM&O had trackage rights from Corinth to Memphis over the Southern Railway. This job went to work at Corinth and made a night run to Memphis and back. The job used GM&O equipment and Southern Crews. The job is seen here putting their train away at the south end of the yard at Corinth.
Photo Date:  6/19/1965  Upload Date: 6/15/2011 9:23:06 PM
Location:  Corinth, MS
Author:  RR Wallin
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Locomotives:  GMO 728(FA1)
Views:  2036   Comments: 15
Southern Express
Title:  Southern Express
Description:  #25, the Southern Express, is going over Millington Road, mile 382.9, or about 3 miles south of Woodstock. From the collection of Fred Goff. To see what this crossing looks like today, check out this picture: http://rrpicturearchives.net/showPicture.aspx?id=2485369
Photo Date:  4/20/1950  Upload Date: 12/23/2010 11:43:14 PM
Location:  Woodstock, TN
Author:  unknown
Categories:  Signal,Passenger
Locomotives:  IC 4029(E8A)
Views:  813   Comments: 9
City of New Orleans
Title:  City of New Orleans
Description:  Train #2, the City of New Orleans, passes over LA Belt, which takes most freight trains to and From Johnston Yard to the Fulton District. The City is coming off of the Grenada District. From the collection of Fred Goff.
Photo Date:  5/14/1954  Upload Date: 7/2/2009 7:20:44 PM
Location:  Memphis, TN
Author: 
Categories:  Passenger
Locomotives:  IC E7(E7A)
Views:  619   Comments: 3
City of New Orleans
Title:  City of New Orleans
Description:  Train #2, the northbound City of New Orleans passes by Raines, about 8 miles south of Memphis Central Station. Today, Raines has been absorbed by Memphis and is not actually a town. The crossing in the background is Raines Road, which today is 5 lanes. The siding and the house are long gone. From the collection of Fred Goff.
Photo Date:  3/21/1954  Upload Date: 7/2/2009 12:39:16 AM
Location:  Raines, TN
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Locomotives:  IC 4010(E7A)
Views:  992   Comments: 6
Siren Crossing
Title:  Siren Crossing
Description:  Picture of the famous Siren or Screaming crossing as the locals around here used to call it. This device had neon lights and an air-raid siren. This device was developed by W.A. Billups, a Grenada native. This crossing had numerous deadly accidents, one of which was someone in his family and thus inspired him to create this unique warning device. Mr.Billups tried to market his invention but the idea never took off and to my knowledge, this was the only one ever built. The crossing was installed in 1940 and lasted untill 1970. The crossing is still here but all that remains of this device is the concrete blocks that supported it. Picture was taken as it was being dismantiled and replaced by regular flashers. Photo by Fred Goff.
Photo Date:  11/2/1970  Upload Date: 7/1/2009 1:05:28 PM
Location:  Grenada, MS
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Views:  9985   Comments: 7
#50
Title:  #50
Description:  A late northbound pig train #50 is in the siding waiting for its counterpart, #51. Photo by Fred Goff.
Photo Date:  4/13/1978  Upload Date: 7/1/2009 1:23:26 PM
Location:  Batesville, MS
Author:  Fred Goff
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Locomotives:  ICG 9410(GP18)
Views:  1218   Comments: 3


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