Texas State Railroad's #30 celebrated its 100th birthday on September 23, 2017. For this day, Texas State Railroad ran #30 from Rusk to Palestine and back. Here, TSRR #30 prepares for departure fr... (more)
T&P 610, one of the last, if not the last, of it's kind was pulled out for the first time in years after weeks of the railroad publicizing it. It was pulled out then number 30 and 7 were staged on... (more)
Like a scene straight from the 30's, Texas State Railroad number 30 and the crew take a small break after coming from Rusk with a successful first run.
After being serviced during the layover, Texas State Railroad's former Magma Arizona 2-8-2 No. 7 pulls ahead to the west leg of the wye to turn for the return trip to Rusk.
As part of the photographer's special, a night shoot was held at the Palestine depot with recently rebuild Southern Pine Lumber Co #28, formerly Texas State #300. A number of railroad artifacts a... (more)
Southern Pine Lumber #28, formerly Texas State #300, heads west across the crossing at Dean Wright with the photographer's special.
Magma Arizona #7 leads the regularly scheduled Texas State passenger train east toward Rusk, crossing the low bridge near Gibson Road.
Magma Arizona #7 basks in the morning sun awaiting the departure with the Texas State Railroad photographer's special.
Texas State Railroad's Magma Arizona #7 performs a runby in the woods outside of Palestine as part of their photographer's special.
Magma Arizona #7 crosses the Neches River on its eastbound journey to Rusk, deep in the piney woods of east Texas.
The Texas State Railroad's Photographers Special performs the first runby of the day. The recently restored #7 looks good under a hard working plume of smoke.
The Texas State Railroad's Photographers Special sits idle awaiting its departure from the Palestine depot. Photo taken under supervision of railroad personnel.
After Making a set out and pick up in Palestine Yard NS 2634 Begins to head North Leading its manifest towards Longview Texas.
A UP B40-8 and a GP60 wait for a signal at the south end of the railyard in Palestine Texas to work industries along the Hearne Sub.