I had a "comments" conversation the other day with youtube user hornhospital. He is in the process of uploading railfan videos that he recorded from the Mississippi/Alabama gulf coast & the Florida panhandle. His tapes date back to Jan. 1989. I asked him some questions. Q: "Do you have any footage from the old AT&N/SLSF/BN/BNSF/AGR north of Mobile?" A; "How about a 6 hour cab ride from York to Mobile? I shot it with full permission of Burlington Northern. It's coming when I get to the right time period in the order of these tapes." Q: That will be awesome. Looking forward to it. I'm glad you were able to get that footage before BN yanked up the rails. It will be nice to see what it was like. Do you have the full 6 hours on tape? A: Yes, the whole trip. The only part I didn't record (due to being afraid I'd run out of tape, and I would have) is (the) part where we stopped and did some switching around Axis. While I doubt any video exist between Reform and York due to the collapse of the Tombigbee River bridge in 1973, it will certainly be extremely nice to see what the segment from York to Mobile was like. When he uploads the York-Mobile video, I will embed it in another post in this thread.