1890 Baldwin build Southern Consolidation #154 leads a short freight across the Holston River bridge during a Southern Rail Productions photo charter
NW/Southern unit 2561 still in grey primer paint sits next to newly painted NW 522 and other units at the Oakridge, TN facility where other vintage locomotives are stored.
Restored Southern Railway GP30 2601 has just departed the Barber Junction Depot with the final trip of the day around the NCTM grounds as it rounds a curve near a railroad signal display.
Restored Southern Railway GP30 2601 shoves under the former Southern signal bridge as it takes the museum train back towards the Barber Junction Station.
SOU 5000 leads train 325 down the East Chattanooga Belt Line.
SOU 5000 southbound at 32nd st , Chattanooga Tn
SR 34007 'Wadebridge' approaches Hailes with a train from Cheltenham to Laverton during the Glouc Warks Festival Of Steam 'Speed To The West' Weekend - May 23rd - 25th
Built in November of 1907 by Baldwin Locomotive Works SR 401 is a H-4 Class type Consolidation the only surviving one of it's class was built to haul freight for the Southern Railway til it was re... (more)
Sitting quietly in the East Chattanooga Shop, the 113 year old American Locomotive Company (ALCO) SR 630 take the back seat for a couple of days for minor repairs. The steam crew in previous days ... (more)
At the last light of the day TVRM 225 Dinner Train Special come around the curve after crossing the Main St. crossing and is slowly making it's way to the Polk St. Siding on the west... (more)
Southern Railway 2-8-2 No. 4501 and GP38-2 No. 5000, the class units for their respective classes of locomotives, meet at Grand Junction as train 100 departs with the 2:25 Missionary Ridge Local.
Southern Sisters: Southern GP30 No. 2594 and SD40 No. 3170 rest in the yard at Grand Junction.
On a extremely hot evening TVRM 225 Dinner Train Special is slowly cruising at 10 mph down the Chattanooga Belt Line heading for Polk St. Siding. The lead motor recently restored So... (more)
The southbound mail finishing its run on the Washington Division on a gloomy January day.
While chasing the Summerville Steam Special, we stopped at the Oakton Road only to discover an fully restored 1931 Ford truck parked at the crossing. We asked the couple who owned the truck if we... (more)