Beautifully restored L&N 405 rolls around the elevated curve past the Donelson Passenger Station. Built in 1951 for L&N, this GP7 now pulls excursion trains for the Tennessee Central Railway Muse... (more)
A pair of high hood geep's pull into Putnam with 7 loads of fertilizer for the Sylvite plant.
L&N #405 leads the Tennessee Central RY museum's Santa train tords Lebanon, TN
GSMR 711 and 777, both of which as far as I know are GP7's in GP9 frames run around the days Tuck Train.
GSMR 777 and 711, both of which as far as I know are GP7's in GP9 frames lead the days Tuck Train under the last bit of fall foliage still hanging on. The Tuck Train is much longer than usual at 2... (more)
A switch crew works the tracks around the old WofA downtown freight house. Most of this trackage is long-gone, and the freight house is now a hotel.
After servicing at the Chatham Street roundhouse, three geeps back to Aberdeen Yard where they'll couple onto their train and head east. The roundhouse and coaling tower were demolished several ye... (more)
Columbus & Greenville GP7 #618, the "City of Columbus", ready to head west. #618 was built October 1952 as Florida East Coast #618. Prior to CAGY, #618 was on the Chicago, South Shore &... (more)
Three GP7s accelerate past TH&B's Hunter Street Station with a unit train of sulfuric acid bound for a fertilizer plant in Port Maitland, Ontario. Hauled from Northern Ontario to Toronto by Canad... (more)
Tennessee Central Railway Museum's former L&N GP7 405 along with privately owned F7B's 719, 715 and E8 6902 sit drained and stored for the winter on west end of Southern Junction Yard.
A steam-boiler-equipped Geep for passenger service heads up three other Frisco Geeps at Kansas City, Mo. Note the steam line on front pilot.