Central of Georgia passenger trains
4-8-4 458 with Chicago–Florida Seminole taking siding at Winburn, Ala., March 1950. Photo by Hugh M. Comer
Atlanta–Columbus, Ga., Man O’ War on display at Fort Benning before entering service, 1947. Photo by Classic Trains coll.
4-8-2 473 with Birmingham–Macon local train 2 at Irondale, Ala., 1946. Photo by Hugh M. Comer
E7 801 with Atlanta–Savannah Nancy Hanks II turning on wye at Atlanta before departure, 1948. Photo by James G. La Vake
Visitors and CofG officials in Atlanta–Columbus, Ga., Man O’ War’s tavern-observation car at Columbus before entering service, June 1947. Photo by CofG
E7 808 with Atlanta–Savannah Nancy Hanks II exhibition consist at Atlanta, July 1947. Photo by Walter M. Pharr
Chicago–Florida Southland arriving Atlanta, late 1940s. Photo by L. A. McLean
E7 808 with Atlanta–Savannah Nancy Hanks II exhibition consist at Millen, Ga., July 1947. Photo by Truman Blasingame
E7 801 with Atlanta–Columbus, Ga., Man O’ War departing Atlanta, 1957. Photo by Shelby Lowe
Savannah–Atlanta Nancy Hanks II arriving Atlanta, late 1940s. Photo by L.A. McLean
4-8-2 488 with Birmingham–Columbus–Macon local train 2 at Weems, Ala., September 1948. Photo by F. E. Ardrey Jr.
E7 804 with Savannah–Atlanta Nancy Hanks II approaching Atlanta at Forrest Park, Ga., late 1940s. Photo by David W. Salter
E8s 812 and 811 with Chicago–Florida Seminole 5 miles north of Opelika, Ala., February 1955. Photo by J. P. Lamb Jr.
Interior of coach for Savannah–Atlanta Nancy Hanks II, 1947. Photo by CofG
Two E8s (led by No. 812) with Chicago–Florida Seminole crossing Hatchett Creek near Goodwater, Ala., November 1968. Photo by Don Phillips
4-8-2 483 with Florida–Cincinnati Flamingo on Byron Hill near Macon, Ga., 1947. Photo by Hugh M. Comer
E7 801 with Atlanta–Savannah Nancy Hanks II departing Terminal Station, Atlanta, April 1948. Photo by James G. La Vake
Women’s lounge in Nancy Hanks II coach, 1947. Photo by CofG
Two E7s with Florida–Chicago Dixie Flyer departing Macon, late 1940s. Photo by Rail Photo Service
All through November 2022, Classic Trains editors are celebrating the Central of Georgia Railroad. For this article, please enjoy Central of Georgia passenger trains in images selected from Kalmbach Media’s David P. Morgan Library.
This article was first published in December 2017.