The Polar Express at the North Carolina Transportation Museum behind Southern FP7 6133 unloads passengers while Southern 2-8-0 542 looks on.
The Polar Express at the North Carolina Transportation Museum unloads passengers between the Master Mechanics office at right and Backshop at left with Be Careful slogan.
Set of power off Southern Crescent Ivy City engine terminal
This is the last exposure after a long day of chasing this locomotive. My friend Bob McCracken and I arose early and drove to Morristown, TN, where we caught up the 610 on a very long ferry trip f... (more)
A little Wise County, VA history: I took this shot on Saturday, November 29, 1980. We're standing on a bridge that crossed the west portal of Maytown Tunnel---in Coeburn, VA. This is the Interstat... (more)
Steam, CPL's and the Cincinnati Skyline. It doesn't get much better than that!
Photographer- unknown- from my personal collection.
Southern 1401, in all her Green & Gold glory awaits her second attempt to be moved into the Smithsonian. The first time the 1401 was lifted ... (more)
Unless you were around the Southern Railway System during the last 20 or so years of its existence, the spectacle of a main line train roaring by with its lead unit running long hood forward might... (more)
Southern 6133 leads the daily museum run around the property, which is the site of Southern Railway's Spencer Yard and locomotive facilities.
Southern 401 sits in front of the old Wabash depot in downtown Monticello.
Southern 401 arrives back at the Monticello Railway Museum with its train.
Southern Railway #154 heads off to be stored for the night in the Marbledale area (downtown Knoxville is not a fan of coal smoke!) while a glorious sunset lights up the sky.
This is a cold November 1980 night at Southern's Andover, VA engine facility---or the "pit" as it was commonly called. A host of EMD GP38-2s are idling through the nocturne, their air co... (more)
Southern Railway #154 poses atop Three Rivers Trestle against a glorious sunset at the conclusion of its 2014 operating season. Many thanks to the Rambler crew for their assistance in getting this... (more)