Stone Mountain Railroad FP7 No. 6147, in its Central of Georgia inspired livery, hauls the day's final train around the namesake mountain on a chilly November night.
The Stone Mountain Scenic Railroad's former Southern Railway FP7 carries another load of passengers through some beautiful fall foliage around the Rock.
A veteran crew handles Train 100 with ease, notching out for the ascent to the Memorial Depot after descending the 4% grade into the bottom of the Hollow Block.
The Stone Mountain Train arrives towards the Park Station after going round the Mountain.
One of Stone Mountain Park’s former Southern Railway FP7s leads the park’s excursion train on Memorial Day. The railroad encircles the base of the mountain and is approximately four miles long.
After running ten public trips around "The Rock" before an early quit due to lightening, Stone Mountain FP7 6147 cools its heels on the Lacey track overnight. On the left of the frame is... (more)
Stone Mountain FP7 6147's unmistakable streamlined face sticks out on the point of Train 100, which will operate around the massive granite rock all day. Fittingly, the railroad is nicknamed "... (more)
Stone Mountain FP7 6147 (formerly SOU 6147 and 3499 while a member of the "Fab 5") is on the point of Train 100, which sits on the mainline after its brake test and before the public tri... (more)
Stone Mountain Railroad FP7 No. 6147 zips past the walk-up trail station on a trip around the mountain. Although relegated to speeds under 20 MPH, the railroad's three units do an excellent job of... (more)
Train 100 swings around past the walk-up station and the now seldom used wye. Built in the 1980s, the connection to CSX was built for New Georgia Railroad excursions from Atlanta. When ended in 19... (more)
Fan Favorites: Arguably two of the most popular attractions at the park, the scenic railway and Skyride are at least well patronized. Here, another trip around the mountain departs the depo... (more)
Stone Mountain train 100 climbs the grade approaching the walk-up trail station with former Southern Railway FP7 No. 6147 leading the way.
Stone Mountain's 6147 will soon join sister 6143 in the attractive new paint, but for now is a mere shell of a locomotive...literally! Taken with permission.
Most of the power used on the Stone Mountain trains can be seen here. Will be glad if 6147 ever gets to look like the item on the left (6143 already does).