TVRM's Missionary Ridge Local 300 shoves their Train around the wye at Grand Junction Station in Chattanooga, TN. To pick up passengers for its first trip of the morning
TVRM's Missionary Ridge Local 300 makes their second trip of the day as they pass through East Chattanooga, TN. With TAG GP38 #80 in charge
TVRM's Missionary Ridge Local 300 Heads across Chickamauga Creek in Chattanooga, TN. As they get ready to arrive at Grand Junction Station with TAG GP38 #80 in charge
Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum's TAG GP38 brings a Chickamauga Turn excursion into town.
TAG 80 sits at TVRM on a warm Summer Afternoon.
here the train can be seen as it is passing along the outer edge of the Civil War era Chickamauga Battlefield. This one of a few "S" curves in the area that allow for both locomotive an... (more)
The TVRM Dinner Train poses over Chickamauga Creek Bridge on their way back to Grand Junction.
The Tennessee Alabama & Georgia was a Class 3 railroad that operated through its 3 namesake states. It was built to transport steel between the massive Siskin Steel mill in Gadsden to Chattanooga,... (more)
TVRM Dinner Train 300 is seen here staged on the Chickamauga Creek Bridge with the TAG GP38 #80 in charge for the 2017 Railfest night photo shoot. A huge thanks to the TVRM & everyone else involve... (more)
TVRM Railfest 2017 - The Night Photo Session.
The TAG 80 and dinner train head toward Grand Junction.
On a hot late Aug morning TVRM 300 Chickamauga Turn is making it's way westbound down the Chattanooga Belt Line to 23rd St with the one of it's kinda TAG 80 running long hood forward... (more)
The freshly repainted TAG 80 sits at the NS interchange awaiting its next call to duty.
Looking ahead down the old Southern Rwy Georgia Div main after crossing the Wilcox St. bridge from the cab of TAG 80
The Hogger Seat
Engineer Jack Taylor is looking ahead in the hogger seat of the Tennessee Alabama & Georgia (TAG) 80 as he run the Missionary Ridge Local eastbound back to Grand J... (more)
TAG 80 leads the southbound Chickamauga Turn south of Ft. Oglethorpe.