A four unit consisit of Southern Railway's E8 Southern Crescent power lays up at the Washington Terminal Company's Ivy City Yard.
SOU 2-8-0 #630, a 1904 product of Alco, crossing the trestle just North of Chickamauga depot on the last Summerville Steam excursion of 2013.
SOU 2-8-0 #630, a 1904 product of Alco, passes the LaFayette, GA depot and Mr. Soule's 1937 Chrysler Imperial.
The fall foliage behind cosmetically restored Southern 2-8-0 385 is looking splendid.
Southern #630 leads the day's excursion south, passing the old store in Rock Spring.
When bright green safety vests and ditch lights were not required. The power is returning to the former NKP main after making a set out in the yard on a dreary and overcast autumn day.
SOU Ry. No. 83 is leaving D-251 territory at Fetner (Cary,NC) shared with SCL for 8.1 miles from this location to Raleigh Tower. D-251 provided for trains to operate on this section of double tr... (more)
SOU Ry. No. 153, operating as Extra SOU 3114 South, is holding the west main track at Crabtree, NC, just north of Raleigh Yard, as SCL No. 190 ducks in on the east main to meet the southbound extr... (more)
Southern Railway consolidation #630 sends the resonant tone of an IC steamboat whistle through historic Rock Spring before splitting one of the lonely old crossings along the northwest Georgia rou... (more)
Still serving the South: A TVRM excursion to Chickamauga behind their vintage 1962 EMD passes an appropriately-placed trailer on an overcast summer morning.
Southern Railway #630 drifts through the Georgia hills, approaching the Chickamauga Battlefield on its southbound journey.
Southern Railway #630 heads upgrade across McFarland Avenue, bringing the Summerville Special into Georgia on this fine, brisk October morning.
Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum's Saturday excursion to historic Chickamauga rocks down the G&W shortline. The train is about to enter the Chattanooga and Chickamauga National Park, home of a key... (more)
The second annual 21st Century Steam Excursion heads south through central Alabama as the 630 chugs towards Wilton for the halfway point in today's journey.
Here we see the SOU#6901 coming out of the shed in Duluth to get some sun. It was really cool to see her again after a long time.