This historic bottle car was constructed by Wm. B. Pollock Company of Youngstown, Ohio. It can be viewed at the Sloss Furnances National Historic Landmark in Birmingham, Alabama.
Georgia Florida Railroad #500 on the mainline in Sparks, Georgia.
A Tennessee Valley Railroad Conductor removes the marker lights upon the return of the "Steam all the Way" special to Summerville, Georgia and return.
A rare snowfall occured in Southwest, Georgia on February 12, 2010. Here the snow is falling on the Heart of Georgia Railroad between Americus and Plains, Georgia. For some parts of this region i... (more)
Narrow Gauge - Georgia Agrirama No. 5 - operated by Engineer Keith Rucker, takes visitors on a tour of the Tifton, Georgia tourist attraction. No. 5 was constructed by Vulcan Iron Works in 1917.
Tennessee Valley Railroad "Steam all the Way" Special northbound to Chattanooga.
New Orleans Regional Transportation Authority car #2012 awaits passengers for the return trip down Canal Street in New Orleans, Louisiana. As of today, 10 of the 24 red cars flooded in the hurric... (more)
A New Orleans Regional Transit Authority streetcar makes a stop at the intersection of Corondelet and Canal Streets in downtown New Orleans. The streetcar will depart for the St. Charles line mom... (more)
Reading and Northern #425 rolls south of Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania for a special excursion to Jim Thorpe, PA on July 12, 2008.
The former Brunswick and Albany Railroad station still stands in Alapaha, Georgia. Although the tracks were removed in 1985 the station remains, serving as Alapaha's City Hall.
The former Seaboard Air Line Railroad Station still stands in Milan, Georgia. The tracks are owned by the Georgia Department of Transportation and operated by the Heart of Georgia Railroad.