Norfolk and Western class J 611 crosses the Tallapoosa River in western Georgia just east of the Alabama state line. This was 611's inaugural run to Atlanta after having been restored.
Norfolk and Western class J 611 is running though Cook Springs, Ala. on the first trip after its rebuilding. The train has left Birmingham for Atlanta.
Norfolk and Western class J 611 has been brought down from Roanoke, Va. and the first rebuilding for steaming up is underway.
Norfolk and Western class J 611 is westbound about 11:00 am on Sunday morning with the excursion train from Spencer to Asheville, NC.
Here is a rear view of the streamlined, four-cylinder 232U1 (4-6-4) of 1949 at the fantastic French museum in Alsace.
I was surprised to see that there were no complete images of this dramatic steam locomotive on the website. The streamlined 232U1 (4-6-4) of 1949 is my favorite at the museum that I had the opport... (more)
Union Pacific Challenger 3985 and a short ferry train are about to duck under an overpass at Medicine Bow.
Union Pacific Challenger 3985 runs fast into morning sunlight with a short ferry train at Rock Springs.
Union Pacific Challenger 3985 and baggage car are set to pick up a short ferry train in the morning for Cheyenne. The locomotive was coal-fired at this time.
The engineer snags orders as his Cotton Belt SD45 heads an early morning eastbound freight at Mojave.
An SP Tunnel Motor leads a UP unit and others as an eastbound freight exits tunnel 9 and begins climbing the Tehachapi Loop.
The face of ex-C&O 2-8-4 2716 catches the last sunlight as the locomotives pulls fast with an excursion returning from Toccoa to Atlanta.
A southbound intermodal train behind EMD GP50 7019 passes former C&O 2716 which will return to Chattanooga with an excursion.
Former Chesapeake and Ohio K-4 2-8-4 2716 shows off its Southern identity at Emory Gap, TN. The engine has been turned and serviced while awaiting the special's return from Crossville behind FP7s.... (more)
An L&N GE U30C leads two other units on eastbound coal in the morning at Tucker.