Brimstone Shay #36 working near the Southern interchange at New River, TN in this February 1961 scene.
Penn Central 1073 leads Illinois Terminal 1072 and another NS engine across New River Bridge in perfect morning light
NS 957, the Chattanooga to Oneida steam trip, crosses the massive New River Bridge on the approach to Oneida
The Southern Heritage unit leads the 21st Century Steam Excursion to Oneida across the New River Bridge.
Southern #630 flies high above New River Valley with the southbound return trip to Chattanooga from Oneida.
The completion of this bridge in 1963 marked the end of the major line modifications ... (more)
NS 174 crawls across the New River bridge at 12 mph due to mechanical issues with their lead locomotive.
A grain train glides across the New River trestle on a beautiful fall day.
Brimstone Shay #35 working coal loads east of New River, TN in the summer of 1963. This shay had an unusual set of gears which allowed it to operate slightly faster than other Shays.
Brimstone Shay #35 with a loaded coal train east of New River, TN in August 1963. This engine is currently in California and is for sale by its owner.
Brimstone & New River Shay 36 works a cut of coal loads at New River in this image from 1962. This locomotive is currently awaiting restoration at Cass, WV and will become Cass #10.
A southbound train crosses high above the New River on a beautiful fall morning.
In a shot that looks more like 1968 than 2008, Southern RS-3 #520 rests between moves in New River TN on the old Tennessee Railroad.
My first time to see this bridge, what an awesome sight