The Norfolk Southern local out of Oyama yard in Hickory/Conover NC passes by a string of covered hoppers that the Caldwell County Railroad is presently storing (there are about 30 other cars about... (more)
Engineer Eric Pittman watches the tracks ahead of us as we head longhood forward towards Bryson City. www.JoeyBowman.net
Approaching the Lake Fontana bridge on the GSMR. www.JoeyBowman.net
Thomas Nicholson working as brakeman, directing engineer Eric Pittman after running around the train and preparing to head back towards Bryson City and the NOC. www.JoeyBowman.net
Thomas Nicholson honking the horn as the train proceeds through a grade crossing. www.JoeyBowman.net
Engineer Kurt Newman.
CWCY 1747 sits in the nearly empty yard at Hickory, NC. CWCY 1747 is the lesser photographed of two locomotives that the Caldwell County Railroad operates, over two years ago 1747 caught on fire... (more)
CWCY 1811 heads through an S curve in Rhodhiss, NC. A sign at the city limit claims that the flag on the moon was sewn here. Other towns in America claim that as well though.
CWCY 1811 heading south towards Hickory, NC.
CWCY 1811 heads towards the interchange on the first "cold" morning of the year.
Locomotive #12's gauges. I shot this on B&W film, processed and developed it myself, and then scanned in the print. Exact date unknown.
After switching the new transload yard, CWCY 1811 snakes its way through the grass on its way to Shurtape in Hudson, NC.
Taken during a rain shower on opening day of the 2007 season at Tweetsie Railroad
The fireman shovels coal into the firebox of #190 at Tweetsie Railroad.
On a chilly but very clear morning CWCY 1811 travels towards their interchange with NS. The mountains of NC can be seen in the background, roughly 30-40 miles away.