Northbound Office Car Special crosses the Clinch River just after some CSXT personnel yelled at a couple of teenagers (and their dog!) to get off the trestle.
The Secret City Scenic works its way back to the former K-25 complex.
A little worse for the wear, but that makes the B&W so much better. A Secret City Scenic Easter Bunny train.
Secret City? How about Geep City? At far left there is former SOU GP30 #2561, at center ex-SBD/LN GP30 #1030, and at far right former SOU GP30 #2608.
Southern Appalachia Railway Museum's next project: former Southern Railway GP30 #2608. The museum already has another, 2561 in operation. The 2608 had new wheels placed under it within the last we... (more)
The CSXT executive train head south on the KD sub after a visit to the Kentucky Derby.
SARM operates the 'Secret City Scenic' excursion train over approximately seven miles of a former Southern Railway branchline just west of Oak Ridge. Several restored diesels of varying vintage ar... (more)
SARM operates the 'Secret City Scenic' excursion train over approximately seven miles of a former Southern Railway branchline which was built to provide rail service to the US Department of Energy... (more)
In L&N paint for the Southern Appalachia Railway Museum in Oak Ridge Tennessee L&N 1315 is on its way back from working the NS interchange at Blair
Ex-Southern Railway GP30 #2561 leads the Secret City Scenic back to Oak Ridge.
SARM's ex-Seaboard/L&N GP30 #1030 leads the Valentine's Special Dinner Train to Blair at sunset.
SARM's newly required ex-CSX/L&N U-Boat (one of two) #9553 brings the Secret City Scenic back to the K-25 facility from Blair. There are plans to restore these engines to their former L&N livery.
Short lived beauty L&N 1315 leads SARM's Secret City Scenic excursion train back into the K-25 government complex on a beautiful spring day. Just a few months later this beautiful engine wo... (more)
The ex-Southern Geep does the honors on Saturday as the final day of the 8th annual Oak Ridge Horn Honk is coming to a close. Soon both GP's will pull the passenger train to Blair and return.
I was born too late to see the real L&N of a generation ago, but here in southern Tennessee the past comes alive. A lovingly restored Alco earns some money for the Southern Appalachia Railroad mu... (more)