Fresh out of the paint shop, another locomotive is saved from the embarrasment of being painted blue.
Southern Big Hooks clear a derailment in the rec yard.
Built originally in March 1952 as Southern RS3 6238 it
would become a slug in 1977 and numbered 939 before
in this image having become the 9839 sits outside the
TVRM's Southern 630 hauls the second public steam excursion on the NS mainline during the Railfest weekend!
A GP40 and a road slug pull out of the shops momentarily before backing in on another track.
SD40-2 and SD38-2 slug sets work side-by-side in DeButts Yard.
The "engineer" of NS No. 6193 controls his locomotive with a belt pack.
An SD38-2 slug set shoves hard on a long string of cars as it pushes it over the hump.
At dusk in Debutts Yard, crews prepare for the night's switching duties.
Two EMD SDs sit side-by-side as they perform hump duties.
A switcher pulls locomotive out of the shops to put it onto another track.
An SD38-2 slug set pushes a string of cars over the hump with the engine shops in the distance.
NS 3821 and a slug push cars over the hump as a sister waits on the adjacent track to do the same.
As far as you could see retired Southern SD35's await
their fate in the dead line at Chattanooga.
Originally built for the Central of Georgia in May 1953 as
their 201 it would be the Central's and eventually the Southern's only SD7 on the roster. Here it sits on the Chattanooga dead line havi... (more)