After returning from its Bristol to Bulls Gap trip, Southern 630 un-couples from the rest of its train, and poses in front of the Bristol train station for all the photographers to get their shots... (more)
Tennessee Valley Railway Museum and NS hosted excursion, led by 100+ year old Southern 630 splits the former Norfolk and Western CPL signals, as it puts on quite a steam show rolling into Abingdon... (more)
After the sun has set and a long but successful trip Southern 630 comes to a rest in the Bristol yard, tied down next to some MOW equipment and Yard power.
NS 201 streaks into Tennessee with a fresh crew aboard, passing the famous Bristol sign at State Street.
TVRM hosted steam excursion blasts through Glade Spring at track speed on its way toward Radford over the NS Pulaski District.
Southern 630 comes through Abingdon as many railfans young and old get their photos.
On a frosty but beautiful March morning TVRM steam excursion led by Southern 630 chugs into Bristol as it prepares to pick up its passengers at the old Bristol train station.
Fresh out of Erie, PA CSX GEVO 3076, and 3065 lead a southbound coal drag past a northbound at the south end of Fordtown siding.
Looking at this tie and rusted over section of track, you would almost think its part of an old abandoned line, instead of a Class 1 maintained line.
The rumbling of new GEVO's fills the valley leading a southbound coal train into Kingsport.
A pair of brand new GE's, delivered to CSX just days ago are hard at working pulling this loaded southbound coal train through Kingsport, and points south.
NS 387 climbs Horton Summit, on its way to Andover.
A clean former Conrail SD60I leads Knoxville to Andover turn NS 387 at Watkins over the Appalachia District.
Phantoms in the Bristol yard work to fix a burnt out headlight on lead motor 6595, while the Tennessee crew prepares to board the train. Nikon D700, Nikon 70-200 f/2.8
Three GEVOs lead loaded ECP equipped coal train 722 through Speers Ferry. I remember this day being the coldest day in November I can ever remember for this region, it had snowed the night before,... (more)