The second of two excursions operated on this day by the North Alabama Railroad (NARM) on their Mercury and Chase Railroad line is moving west in the Chase community of Huntsville, Alabama. The s... (more)
The first of two excursions operated on this day by the North Alabama Railroad (NARM) on their Mercury and Chase Railroad line approaches the Higdon Road crossing in the Chase community of Huntsvi... (more)
NARM's former Lackawanna Alco S2 484 leads one of the museum's Mercury & Chase excursions westbound on a spring afternoon. This locomotive recently reentered service after an absence of several ye... (more)
NARM's Fall Color Special heads for Normal on the former NC&StL Huntsville Branch. The excursion is being operated in pull-pull mode behind NARM's Alco RSD-1 8652 and S2 213.
A crew member lines a switch for NARM's Fall Color Special, which is about to arrive at the depot at Chase. The 8652 was previously employed as a switcher for the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA).
NARM's former TVA RSD-1 leads an excursion trip on what remains of an NC&StL line between Decherd, TN and Huntsville, AL. The 8652 was built by Alco in March 1945, construction number 72165.
With one hand on the horn cord and the other on the throttle, engineer Tommy glances across the cab to the brakeman who is signaling to him if the traffic approaching from his side is stopping at ... (more)
With their regular motive power, former Lackawanna Alco S2 484, down for repairs, the North Alabama Railroad Museum has been using their RSD-1 8652 and S2 213 in pull-pull fashion, with one unit o... (more)
The North Alabama Railroad Museum's former Lackawanna Alco is prepared for the day's excursions, putting on a show as only an Alco can. The unit's paint scheme is based on that of the NC&StL.
a quiet Sunday afternoon at NARM; the Alco is used to power excursions on a short segment of former NC&StL trackage (more info: www.northalabamarailroadmuseum.com)
This former TVA unit is undergoing cosmetic repairs at NARM.
Built for the Lackawana, this unit is now named for Hebert H. Murray.