Its steam and smoke lingering overhead on this cold morning, GSMR 1702 has a long train in tow as it negotiates the former Southern Murphy Branch in the Smoky Mountains of western North Carolina. ... (more)
At daybreak, Great Smoky Mountains Railroad 1702, stunningly looking more like Southern Railway 2716 (and hopefully retaining this look for several years), barks over the Tuckasegee River with a l... (more)
Great Smoky Mountain Railroad's newest locomotive and first F unit, sits in the Bryson City yard wearing a "Polar Express" banner.
Great Smoky Mountains 2-8-0 leads the westbound train bound for the NOC across the Tuckasegee River at Bryson City, NC.
Fall peak has arrived in western North Carolina as Great Smoky Mountains 2-8-0 #1702 heads west out of Bryson City with the railroad’s ever popular Nantahala Gorge Excursion.
GSMR 2335 and GSMR 2467 head west towards the Nantahala Outdoor Center with their scenic passenger train.
1702 leading the Nantahala Gorge Train out of Bryson City
GMSR at Bryson City , NC
GSMR 1702 leads the Tuckasseegee River train up Ferguson Hill
GSMR 1751 pulls up to the Depo in downtown Bryson City.
Steam Locomotive 1702 sits at the station after the days runs.
GSMR 2-8-0 #1702 steams it up coming out of Bryson City, North Carolina.
Great Smoky Mountains Railroad GP9s 777 and 1751 have just left Bryson City, NC on the Tuckasegee River train beside a random abandoned boat. The train is going to Dillsboro.
We were there to shoot the 1702, the railroad's steam engine. But I had not shot the GSMR's newest diesel (at the time) the ex-Santa Fe GP30. So while my friend swent back to the car to start the ... (more)
Great Smoky Mountains Railroad 1702 navigates her train Along the Nantahala River, nestled within a gorge of the same name.