Allen H. Tuten
Allen Tuten is a native of Savannah, Georgia, and grew up across from the Central of Georgia (former Savannah & Atlanta) tracks on the west side (in Garden City), near the entrance to the Savannah State Docks.
Russell lives in Carrollton, Georgia, which is on the former CofGa C-Line.
Eddie Shaw grew up in Columbus, Georgia, and has fond memories of watching Central of Georgia operations there.
George F. Dorsey
George Dorsey is a native of Oak Ridge, Tenn. His Central of Georgia roots come from his paternal grandfather, T. Worth Dorsey, who worked as a yard foreman in Chattanooga, Tenn.
Arnold Eaves grew up in Flintstone, Georgia, in a house equidistant between the CofGa’s C-Line and the Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia Railway.
William R. (Bill) Jones
William R. (Bill) Jones is a native of Macon, Ga., and has had an interest in the Central of Georgia since he was in high school in the 1960s.
David Payne’s Central of Georgia roots are firmly planted at Raymond, Ga.; the former junction of the C-Line and the R-Line.
Ken Preston is a native of Macon, Ga., and he lives close to the former CofGa Macon to Atlanta line—near milepost 201.
Stephen Syfrett grew up in the Radium Springs area of Albany, Ga., near the Atlantic Coast Line tracks to Thomasville.