NC&StL F7A-B #831 on train the 'Dixie Flyer' at Whiteside, Tennessee on August 2, 1954. After nearly 60 years of control, parent Louisville & Nashville merged the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Loui... (more)
On display at Centennial Park in downtown Nashville is the last surviving NC&StL steam locomotive, the 576. This semi-streamlined class J3 4-8-4 (which the NC&StL called "Dixies" rather than "Nort... (more)
only 1 of 4 units ordered by the NC&StL. This is the only known example to be in existence.
TVRM's NC&StL 710 gets a little TLC.(Traction Loving care) Suspended in mid air just after the wheelsets were rolled out from under her.
Some of the display items at the Cowan Railroad Museum. Recent additions to the collection in the center of Cowan also include a 40' NC&St.L boxcar and the old dispatchers tower. Great strides h... (more)
In August 1958, three Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis EMD GP7s are in full throttle and on sand as they shove behind the caboose of a northbound through freight just above Tantallon, TN. This i... (more)
In late 1958, a freight swings through a reverse curve at Emerson, GA, on the ex-Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis main line north of Atlanta. Two of the B-units have surrendered their blue and g... (more)
A GE 44 tonner was not a common sight alone the Class 1's of that day. Now preserved at the Cowan Depot Museum.
The locomotive on the afternoon excursion from Etowah, TN has run around the three car train at Farner after passing over the Hiwassee Loop. Tennesee Valley Railroad Museum operates this interesti... (more)
NC&STL 44 tonner 100 sits proudly displayed outside the
railroad museum in Cowan.
Excursion by TVRM for the L&N Historical Society (Etowah to Copperhill and return on the ex-L&N Hook & Eye "Old Line").
The L&N RR Historical Society's trip on the Hiwassee River RR. This is shot using the Hiwassee Outfitters store to frame the right side. This was a photo runby for the Historical Society.
The L&N RR Historical Society's trip on the Hiwassee River RR. TVRM Train 500 crosses the bridge at Reliance.
Former NC&STL 100 (L&N 3100) aka TSRR 100 is flying high while being loaded onto a lowboy for transit to it's new home at the Cowan Railroad Museum