S&A 750 gets ready for its next run...
Here is a detail photo of the 750's headlight and smokebox front, featuring the prominent brass 'candlesticks' astride the headlight. 750 also wore a brass eagle above its headlight while in excur... (more)
Posed in a scene that could have been set 60 years ago, S&A 750 slowly builds steam as the conducter and engineer converse about the nights moves.
The regal 750 turns 100-years-old this year; she was constructed in 1910 by Alco for the FEC. Famous for powering Southern and New Georgia steam excursions, the 750 is now one of the premier exhib... (more)
A. Durden spots a work train in a scene that could have been played out at Ft. Gordon in the early 1960's
Southeast Railway Museum's Southern SW7 is sporting a fresh coat of paint after volunteers spent many hours
getting her back in her original paint.Built in May 1950 it
would eventually be painte... (more)
after 4 years of waiting, Georgia Railroad 1026 finally has its lettering and medallions! Casey Thomason is seen here measuring and leveling the medallion. (photo by Richard Thomason)
after 4 years of waiting, Georgia Railroad 1026 finally has its lettering and medallions!
Chattahoochee Valley 2-8-0 #21 sits along with "The General II" a 4-4-0 from the Stone Mountain Railway, at the Southeastern Railway Museum in Duluth GA.
Built in 1941 by Pullman for the Southern's passenger train, The Tennessean, 1701 is now open for display at the Southeastern Railway Museum in Duluth GA.
Former FEC/Savannah & Atlanta 750 on display in the exhibit hall at SERM. This elegant Pacific played an early role in the Southern steam program in the 1960s and '70s, and was also operated by th... (more)