The Franklin Minerals train to the NS interchange at Rockwood, TN from Crab Orchard rolls down the hill behind a surprise trio of units - the leased ex-UP GP38-2 and a pair of the B23-7s.
Nashville & Eastern's local to Old Hickory heads up the branch behind the lone remaining green and yellow painted GE on the roster.
Nashville's only commuter train, The Music City Star, has finished its last run of the morning and is returning to home base in Lebanon.
Tennessee Alabama & Georgia Railway number 80 was the first high-hood GP38 built by EMD, completed in February 1968. After the "TAG" was acquired by Southern Railway, No. 80 became SOU 2879 and l... (more)
CSX U700 leaves the Appalachian Mountains behind as it rolls into the early morning sun at the South end of Jacksboro siding.
The inbound Kentucky Derby train, CSX P912, curves out of the gorge and toward the Kentucky/Tennessee as it passes through Highcliff
The inbound Kentucky Derby train, CSX P912, rolls by the searchlight signals at the south end of Jacksboro siding as it heads for Corbin and eventually Lexington, KY
TAG GP38 # 80 on the turntable at TVRM.
The only GP38 the Tennessee Alabama and Georgia Railroad ever owned rests in its fresh repaint at the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum Shops. This is the first time since the TAG merged with the S... (more)
The northbound deadhead run of the CSX Kentucky Derby train rolls across Lake City on its journey north on the CSX KD Sub.
The annual northbound Derby Train dead head is running about 8 hours late as it exits the Clear Fork river Gorge on the beautiful CSX Knoxville Division.
A high hood GP38-2 single-handedly leads the Alcoa local south during the late afternoon.
Finding the only non-backlit spot on the whole West End District was hard, but worth showing off the unpatched nose of the Ex-Southern Pacific GE leader.
Top view of TAG GP38 # 80 at TVRM`s Soule Shops.
275 drifts toward Tunnel 25 after coming off Track 2 onto the single Main.