Built in September of 1971, Seaboard Coast Line SD45 number 2024 has worn a number of paint schemes over its career. It was restored to its original SCL scheme in February of 2016 by the Southern ... (more)
At one time, you could visit SARM and see trains running on the main & get roster shots in the yard on the old K-25 Secret City site. 512 is ex-Reading #495.
At one time, you could visit SARM and see trains running on the main & get roster shots in the yard on the old K-25 Secret City site. 9009 has OHCR markings showing thru, but is former Detroit Ed... (more)
A pair of former CSX engines cross paths once again courtesy of the efforts of the volunteers at the Southern Appalachia Railway Museum. 9553 is originally L&N 3318, while SCL 2024 later became CS... (more)
A former Southern Railway U23B waits for it's next assignment.
With sand flying, ex-SCL SD45 #2024 pulls the Secret City Scenic out of Wheat Station for the final time.
The final run of the Secret City Scenic rolls upgrade behind the beautifully restored and freshly washed ex-SCL SD45.
Heritage Railroad brings another cut of cars back from the NS interchange at Blair while the ex-Georgia Central U23B smokes up the valley.
Southern Appalachia Railway Museum's recently lettered ex-SCL SD45 #2024 is lit up by a handful of photographers on a warm spring evening.
Built for AGS in 1953, SARX 6913 served for NJT and Southern Railway before ending up at Southern Appalachia Railway Museum.
What does VLIX 9553 and this L&N Caboose have in common? It itself is of L&N built as L&N 2817 in 1975 this U23B served for several railroads before ending up here at SARM.
Engineer Charlie Poling brings the SD45 up into the NS interchange at Blair at dusk.
SARM's beautiful SCL SD45 #2024 leads a Heritage Railroad freight train to the NS interchange at Blair.
Crews discuss their plans during a meet on the Secret City Scenic Railroad operated by the Southern Appalachia Railway Museum. The scene was part of a photographers' event held at the museum.
It's a cool evening in early 1983, as a Seaboard System crew makes a transfer run to the NS yard to return a U23B and Southern caboose. The newly organized Seaboard System Railroad already had tee... (more)