Positioned for a very tight portrait between a tree and a passing auto rack train, SBD FP7 118 waits for the return trip to Baltimore at the Martinsburg, West Virginia passenger station.
The Seaboard System’s only two A units make a reverse move to run around their train at Martinsburg, West Virginia.
A matched set of F7, A-B-B-A, lead by Seaboard System 118(former Clinchfield 200)descends the famous Clinchfield Loops with an excursion train bound for Spartanburg, SC.
A matched set of F7, A-B-B-A, lead by Seaboard System 118(former Clinchfield 200)rolls an excursion train southbound toward Spartanburg, SC.
Seaboard System FP7A, 118, former Clinchfield 200, and two F7B units exit Stretchers Neck Tunnel eastbound with one of the 1984 New River Trains. The tunnel is approximately a quarter mile west of... (more)
As the rain comes down patrons board a Kentucky Railway Museum train for Lexington lead by Seaboard System 118.
About to depart for Etowah
The red bud is blooming in this portrait of a northbound NRHS special crossing the former Clinchfield Railroad Copper Creek Viaduct. The propulsion chores are handled today by the "Final Four... (more)
Seaboard System F units leading an excursion southbound along the Toe River near Relief, NC || April 1984
This curve on the former Clinchfield main line just north of Dungannon, VA is semi-officially noted as "Osborne's Curve" on the track and profile charts. However, railfans have called it "Log Cabi... (more)
Seaboard 118 on the point of a northbound excursion train at Marion, NC in the spring of 1984.
Former Clinchfield FP7A 200 looks appealing in its guise as SBD 118. Along with ex-NC&StL/L&N/CRR F7B 119, the EMD veteran leads a Kentucky Railway Museum excursion around the connection to the Le... (more)
Returning to Etowah
Two months before being merged into CSX the Seaboard F units lead a nouthbound passenger train near Green Mountain, NC on the present-day CSX Blue Ridge Subdivision
A passenger excursion for Kentucky Railway Museum arrives at West Lexington on an overcast day. The shot was taken from the Southern (CNO&TP) overpass.