"From around the corner"
Vigilant Eye: Fireman Frank Welsh keeps an eye on the station platform as the engine comes in to couple to its train.
Southern #630 arrives at Grand Junction station with the 11 am Missionary Ridge Local. On this particular weekend the TVRM was hosting Thomas the Tank Engine. The train seen on the siding next to ... (more)
The 4501 has been serviced, fired up and is ready to be turned on the turntable and parked for the night as it will substitute for the 630 on the Missionary Ridge Local while the 630 gets a boiler... (more)
Southern 630, a Southern railway Ks-1 class 2-8-0 ferrying the local train back to east chattanooga yard after the conclusion of TVRM's rail fest with 4501, a Southern Railway Ms class 2-8-2 facin... (more)
Time to go! Southern #630, right on schedule, pulls out of the TVRM East Chattanooga yard and shop complex. After gaining permission from staff at the shop complex, I toured the yard myself and no... (more)
"Now Arriving on Track 1": Southern #630 pulls into the TVRM East Chattanooga yard hauling the Missionary Ridge local. The station, from which this photo was taken, is beautifully built ... (more)
There is always lots of train action around the TVRM Grand Junction station on weekends. Here, Southern #630 stomps up the "Y" to turn her train around while local NS freights head out o... (more)
Southern #630, pulling the weekend's Missionary Ridge locals, rolls across the Chickamauga creek outside of Grand Junction station. In 1867, this creek suffered a massive flood rising over, in my ... (more)
Southern #630, a rather large consolidation type, stomps out of East Chattanooga pulling happy passengers on the Missionary Ridge local.
"April 9th, 1943"
It's a cool and wet Friday morning in Southwestern Indiana along the Southern Railway's St. Louis Division. Several miles northwest of Huntingburg, Ind., the 4501, the first 2... (more)
Southern 630 leads Southern 4501 at Grand Junction Station during a Pete Lerro photo charter
Southern 4501 leads NS train 955 on the final leg of the ferry move into Macon, GA.
Southern #630 is seen in a rare close up view from the back vestibule of Coach #661.