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)
A visit to the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum found Southern 2-8-0 630 handling the chores. After turning at East Chattanooga, she re-coupled to her train and left for Grand Junction. Here she r... (more)
A visit to the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum found Southern 630 handling the chores. Here is Southern 630 taking a spin on the East Chattanooga turntable before heading back to Grand Junction.
A visit to the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum found Southern 630 handling the chores this day. I rode as well as shot a few shots. After loading, Southern 630 left the depot and headed through t... (more)
A visit to the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum found Southern 630 handling the chores this day. I rode as well as shot a few shots. Southern 630 loads passengers at the Grand Junction depot.
L&N local returning to Wauhatchie Yard from downtown Chattanooga with GP7 #414 for power // October 1974
On an unusually cold day in east Tennessee, Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum's #610 coasts into the Grand Junction boarding area.
On an unusually cold day in east Tennessee Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum's #610 charges upgrade with one of their local runs.
Nickel Plate Road 765 is waiting to leave the Chattanooga Choo-Choo with the return trip of the Autumn Leaves Special from Chattanooga to Atlanta. NKP 765 is substituting for C&O 2716, down for ma... (more)
Two TAG GP7s and a GP38 make up a southbound train at Alton Park in Chattanooga in Sept. 1969.
On a dark and dreary day, Southern (Chesapeake & Ohio) 2716 is attended to before returning to Atlanta with the Dogwood Special I.
Southern 4501 waits to lead her train to Knoxville from Chattanooga, Tn
SERM's ex-SOU GP30 is lit up during a creative lighting photo shoot with the Photographic Society of Chattanooga at the Tennessee Valley Railway Museum.
What a difference a little over a year makes. Many C40-9s and C40-8s sat in storage at Debutts Yard in Chattanooga in April 2009. A year later they are all back out on the main line as NS needs al... (more)