Heritage on top of Heritage.
Three shades of green. Variations of green and yellow dominate the scene as the Erie heritage unit slides past the Illinois Terminal heritage unit and the museum's own Southern E8A during ... (more)
E-8 number 6900 rests at the roundhouse durring a violent thunderstorm durring the night photo shoot at Spencer Shops.
North Carolina Transportation Museums Southern E8
6900 puts on a fireworks display during a night photo
session put on in conjunction with the SRHA convention
held there that year.
The Southern Crescent sits at Washington Union Station once again! Actually NCTM's E8 6900 sits on display for the station's 100th anniversary celebration.
Southern Ry E-8 6900 is en route to Washington Union Station to be included in equipment display Oct. 4 and 5, 2008, to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the station's opening. ACL E3, SR RPO ... (more)
Interior view of Spencer Shops Robert Julian Roundhouse reveals 1918 SAL decapod #544 (2-10-0), 1951 Southern #6900 (originally #2923) and 1939 ACL #501 ( the highest mileage E unit in history - ... (more)
Another day comes to a close on the Southern: as queen of the passenger fleet, E8 6900, rests outside the roundhouse, the fireman of GP30 2601 takes a well deserved break before continuing to work... (more)
Sometimes a roster shot isn't a bad thing. SOU 6900, perhaps the most immaculate E-unit of all time sits outside the roundhouse for Spencer's Rail Days.
SOU 6900 and SOU 6133 sit side by side at the annual NCTM night photo session.
Engines on display for NS's 50th Anniversary Celebration at Inman Yard: SOU 6900, NS (SOU) 4610, NS 2701, NS 50.
E unit on display at the 50th Anniversary celebration at Inman Yard.