SOU & TAG locos pull an excursion to Chickamauga Ga.
SOU & TAG locos pull an excursion the Chickamauga Ga.
Newly acquired Massachusetts Central NW5 still wore its Southern Railway colors as it worked for its new shortline owner out of Ware, MA, in the spring of 1982. EMD built only 13 of these 1000hp l... (more)
Southern 5000 sits over drained water. The color comes from boron added to the water to adjust the pH.
Southern Caboose? This caboose rests on what once was the Charleston-Hamburg line (on which the Best Friend of Charleston ran) constructed through Branchville in 1832. The line ultimately w... (more)
Southern locomotives rest at the TVRM Shops.
Southern 5000 with the SR monogram applied.
Historic Depot. Now a restaurant, this depot, built in 1877, is, as the round object in front states, located at the oldest railroad junction in the United States. The Charleston-Hamburg li... (more)
Southern "Mikado" #4501 is seen in the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum's East Chattanooga Yard as "Consolidation" #630 is rotated on the turntable. Lighting courtesy "Fr... (more)
Southern GP38-2 "class unit" #5000 is displayed at the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum's Grand Junction Terminal shortly after repainting into the classic "tuxedo" scheme. Jo... (more)
Southern units 3170 / 2594 / 5000 take a pose at TVRM`s Grand Jct yard.
Look Ahead Look South
Southern Rwy 3170, the very first, is sitting outside of its new temporary home at the Tennessee Valley Railroad's East Chattanooga Shop, after staring in a... (more)
Brakeman Gilmore signals the engineer to go ahead on a caboose hop at Grand Junction while Southern's class- GP38-2 waits to make its next move. (taken during the Southern Railway Historical Assoc... (more)
A high-hood gathering: Three Tuxedoes and a TAG at Grand Junction. (taken during the Southern Railway Historical Association's night photo session at Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum's "Gran... (more)
Three Southern Railway EMD high hoods enjoy the publicity at TVRM's Grand Junction.