Columbus & Greenville

The CAGY was an original owner, it acquired these models new from Baldwin:
DRS6-4-1500, AS416

DRS6-4-1500

C&G 601 photo by: Tom Simms
C&G shops
Columbus, MS - Nov. 27, 2013
601

DRS6-4-1500
c/n 72624, b/d 10/1946

- built for C&G as #601
- first Baldwin road-switcher built for domestic service
- on display at the C&G shops
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photos by: Tom Simms
C&G 601
photo by: Unknown
- collection of Thomas Hillebrant

C&G 601
photo by: Robert Lambrecht
Columbus, MS - March 27, 1982
C&G 601
photo by: Thomas Hillebrant
Columbus, MS - 1999
C&G 601
photo by: Guy Wilson
Columbus, MS - 2008





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602

DRS6-4-1500
c/n 72625, b/d 12/1946

- built for C&G as #602
- scrapped after derailment, 12/1961


C&G 603 603

DRS6-4-1500
c/n 72626, b/d 12/1946

- built for C&G as #603
Baldwin Photo - collection of Kevin Kohls


C&G 604
photo by: Richard Adams
Columbus, MS - May 31, 1977
604

DRS6-4-1500
c/n 72627, b/d 12/1946

- built for C&G as #604


C&G 605
photo by: James Marcus
- collection of Thomas Hillebrant

Columbus, MS - Feb. 1977
605

DRS6-4-1500
c/n 72628, b/d 1/1947

- built for C&G as #605
C&G 605
photo by: Robert Lambrecht
Columbus, MS - Aug. 12, 1979

AS416

C&G 606
photo by: Unknown
- collection of Mark Laundry
606

AS416
c/n 75273, b/d 9/1951

- built for C&G as #606
- retired 1984, sold for scrap
- to the Illinois Railway Museum in 1990, see our Illinois Railway Museum gallery page
for details.
C&G 606
photo by: Marc Malnekoff
Illinois Railway Museum - July 14, 2007
C&G 606
photo by: Thomas Hillebrant
Illinois Railway Museum - 1996



Where the Southern Crosses the Yellow Dog

photos by: Robert Lambrecht
Greenwood to Greenville, MS - July 1982


C&G 606 CAGY 606 is lettered on the cab with:

"The City of Moorhead"
"Where the Southern Crosses the Yellow Dog"

See the historic plaque in the photo for the explanation, the crossing is in Moorhead MS.
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