About to enter the K&A and head for Etowah
A friendly wave from the fireman's side of the cab as the Etowah-Copperhill excursion nears its outbound destination
Two SD40-2s and a pair of GEs lead a southbound loaded coal train through Green Mountain, NC in October 1985.
Two months before being merged into CSX the Seaboard F units lead a nouthbound passenger train near Green Mountain, NC on the present-day CSX Blue Ridge Subdivision
A passenger excursion for Kentucky Railway Museum arrives at West Lexington on an overcast day. The shot was taken from the Southern (CNO&TP) overpass.
Etowah-Copperhill excursion coming around the Loop on the lower level; will cross the trestle in just a few minutes.
Four Seaboard SD50s lead a northbound into Green Mountain, NC in this September 1985 scene.
Two months before being merged into CSX the Seaboard F units lead a nouthbound passenger train at Green Mountain, NC on the present-day CSX Blue Ridge Subdivision
Former Gainesville Midland; note lack of dynamic brakes
An un-Conrailed Monongahela Super7-23B, number 2035, waits in the yard at West Brownville, PA to depart with an empty train of hoppers for the coal mines of southern Pennsylvania.
The famous Family Lines herald still looks great after so many years.
A year and half into Seaboard System's short existence, an ex-Clinchfield unit shares pit space with former L&N power in the coalfield terminal of Loyall, Kentucky.
Hiwassee Loop excursion returning from Copperhill to Etowah
No mistaking that face for anything but a GP30. It would appear that the Southern Appalachia Railway Museum will be ensuring that this unit lives on for others to enjoy.
Seaboard System 8285, still sporting its Clinchfield colors, leads a southbound loaded coal train through Boones Creek.