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.
Serve The South
With the final touches has been made by adding the correct black number boards, and the Southern Herald on both ends of the nose, the very first class engine Sout... (more)
Sou units 5000 and 3170 on display at TVRM in Chattanooga TN. 5000 was Southern`s first GP38-2 and is fresh out of the TVRM paint shop.
TVRM`s freshly restored Southern GP38-2 # 5000 at Chattanooga , Tn
Southern Rwy units 3170 and 5000 at TVRM , Chattanooga , Tn.
Displayed at the 100th Anniversary celebration for Union Station; wonder if these two had met before at this location? (On the lower level, of course.)
Serve The South
Only lacking the nose herald on both ends of the locomotive, and the Southern Rwy 5000L is completed, and ready to be put into revenue service. Southern 5000L was ... (more)
This westbound accelerates around the "Horn" track at Alexandria where we spent a weekend of chasing Southern Railway steam a few years ago. On closer inspection one can grab iron see 3 spare air ... (more)
This particular outing began in Atlanta in July and ended in Chattanooga in October, operating on the N&W and RF&P in addition to the Southern. A Roger Puta Photograph
Awaiting an evening call to duty