711 leads the days "Tuck Train" through the farmlands at Qualla.
GSMR 711 and 777, both of which as far as I know are GP7's in GP9 frames run around the days Tuck Train.
GSMR 777 and 711, both of which as far as I know are GP7's in GP9 frames lead the days Tuck Train under the last bit of fall foliage still hanging on. The Tuck Train is much longer than usual at 2... (more)
GSMR 1751 runs light to Dillsboro following directly behind the day's Tuck Train. The Tuck Train is much longer than usual at 20 cars and will need 1751 to get back to Bryson City.
Tuckasegee River train is heading back to Bryson City. What railfan wouldn't want that house?
Passing the shop area with new addition GSMR GP30 #2467 (former LTEX, former BNSF, former Santa Fe) on a siding.
GSMR Tuckasegee River train leaves Dillsboro on a lovely autumn afternoon with a long train of passengers.
GSMR Tuckasegee River train crosses said river near Ela, NC on the trip back to Bryson City.
GSMR #777 and 1751 lead fifteen cars of passengers through Whittier, NC.
The Great Smokey Mountains Railroad excursion departs under the rainy skies of North Carolina but with a full train of passengers. Alot has changed here over the years as far as power. Last time I... (more)
Great Smoky Mountains Railroad crew pulls away from the depot in Bryson City to put the train away for the day.
Great Smoky Mountains Railroad has just arrived in Dillsboro, North Carolina and the passengers are deboarding under rainy conditions.