"Bending the iron" at Monroe, when there was a yard there
The "Birmingham Special" is braking for its stop at Monroe
Former Southern Railway SD-45 3155 sits at the east end of the Southern Pacific Tucson yard, while SP "snoot" nose 8380 prepares to depart east for El Paso. Photo taken with permission.
Another GP30 at the Oak Ridge facility is this Southern unit 2608 along with former Southern switcher 1012 and NW GP30 522.
Photo taken with permission.
Southern steam 4501 exits the Missionary Ridge tunnel with the morning sunrays just reaching the smoke plume.
The 113 year old Ks-1 Class Southern Railway 630 has no issue fitting on the old Central Of Georgia Turntable at the East Chattanooga Shop.
With the rain coming down a Southern GP30 running long hood forward leads a southbound excursion.
Two examples of Southern Railway EMD motive power are seen resting in the display yard at Grand Junction just after sunset on a hot summer night.
Southern Railway high hood No. 5000 pulls into Grand Junction to unload its passengers from the Dinner Train.
Southbound manifest meets the northbound "Birmingham Special", as both change crews at this division point.
Crew change at Monroe
Restored Southern Railway GP30 2601 powers the daily train around the museum grounds at the NCTM as it rolls through a curve near the Barber Junction Depot.
A pair of Classic EMD Streamliners rest inside the NCTM Roundhouse.