The Southern Railway did not go to Fayetteville, North Carolina until it absorbed the original Norfolk Southern railway in 1974. Here a GP38 and two GP38-2’s stand near the end of the Fayetteville... (more)
Southern Serves the South – Including Toronto!
With part of the Toronto skyline and the base of the CN Tower visible through the fog, Southern FP7 6141waits to take its train back ... (more)
Southern Railway’s Only Berkshire
During the steam era, the Southern Railway never rostered any locomotives of the 2-8-4 wheel arrangement. In 1981, however, that changed when the ... (more)
Royal Hudson 2839 is giving it all she’s got pulling a heavy train of NRHS convention attendees north through Burnley Station, Virginia on Labor Day weekend, 1979. The train is trying to make up t... (more)
Whippany Railway Museum's nicely cosmetically restored Southern Railway 2-8-0 basks in the sun on a cold winter afternoon.
The Southern 6133 pulls a shortened version of the regular museum train consisting of 2 coaches from NS's excursion fleet and a restored NW caboose.
Southern's Amtrak-era "Piedmont" slows for its Charlottesville stop on a rainy winter day.
The four remaining Southern Railway FP7s pull an excursion train over the N&W Shenandoah District.
Southern Railway 6133 gets a young onlooker enjoying every bit out of seeing a train!
Southbound Southern Railway freight led by SOU 3200 which is the highest numbered SD40 of the 29 on the roster.
Southern railway 6133 gets the 11:30am museum train rolling from Barber junction.
In 1897, the Carolina & North-Western railway acquired a narrow gauge line from the Kings Mountain Railroad from Chester to Boiling Green, South Carolina. The line was then converted to standard g... (more)
Southern Railway 630 leads sister 4501 south with a TVRM doubleheader to Summerville, GA. The grade through Rossville makes for an impressive sight.
The gentleman who got caught at the crossing was in for a surprise as 4501 blasts through the outskirts of Marion. In an hour or so the first trips for 4501 in the 21st century would be completed.