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.
Southern Railway 630 and 4501 doublehead on a trip to Summerville through the famous Rock Springs.
As the mixture off dogwood, oak, and plane trees start to bloom on this picture prefect spring morning, SR 630 leads the Missionary Ridge local across the South Chickamauga Creek, as the short tr... (more)
Southern 630 leads Southern 4501 at Grand Junction Station during a Pete Lerro photo charter
Southern 2-8-0 #630 crosses Chickamauga Creek with the last local trip of the day.
Southern 630 crosses the old Central of Georgia bridge on the return trip back to Chattanooga from Summerville, Georgia.
Southern 630 leads a Summerville Steam Special trip through downtown Chickamauga, Georgia.
Southern 630 and 4501 doublehead through Rossville, GA passing the former Peerless Mills during the March 2018 Lerro Productions photo charter.
Southern 4501 and 630 doublehead over Chickamauga Creek and to Grand Junction station to begin the final day of TVRM's 2017 Railfest.
Southern 630 crosses Chickamauga Creek during TVRM's 2017 Railfest.
Southern Railway 630 gets topped off with coal on a cool March morning before spending the day hauling over 700 passengers over historic rails dating to before the Civil War.