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Photo ID: 352190

One of the last remaining wooden watertanks in the East, this one resides on the TN RR just below Oneida. The 42 mile long branch, once owned by Norfolk Southern and then National Coal Corporation... (more)

Railroad: Norfolk Southern
Locomotive: None
Location: Smoky Junction, Tennessee, USA
Locomotive #: Unknown
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: 2010


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By: B.A.Harrison

Added: Jan 20, 2011

Views: 5,503
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Photo ID: 351856

Ever wonder how sturdy those new aluminum coal hoppers are? Brand new FURX coal hoppers were ripped apart like aluminum foil in this slow speed derailment.

Railroad: Norfolk Southern
Locomotive: None
Location: Smoky Junction, Tennessee, USA
Locomotive #: Unknown
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: January 19, 2009


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By: B.A.Harrison

Added: Jan 17, 2011

Views: 4,512
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Photo ID: 351672

Fourteen mtys hit the ground, with five overturning in this derailment fourteen miles from Oneida. The derailment was blamed on the gauge at the time , though never heard of the end cause. RJ Corm... (more)

Railroad: Norfolk Southern
Locomotive: None
Location: Smoky Junction, Tennessee, USA
Locomotive #: Unknown
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: January 19, 2009


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By: B.A.Harrison

Added: Jan 15, 2011

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Photo ID: 282908

Not an easy place to get to. Smack dab in the middle of the Cumberland Mountains, fourteen loaded coal hoppers left the rail with five hitting the ground. RJ Corman to the rescue.

Railroad: Untitled
Locomotive: None
Location: Smoky Junction, Tennessee, USA
Locomotive #: Unknown
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: January 19, 2009


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By: B.A.Harrison

Added: May 07, 2009

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Photo ID: 268119

Derailment. Time for the torches.

Railroad: Untitled
Locomotive: None
Location: Smoky Junction, Tennessee, USA
Locomotive #: Unknown
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: January 19, 2009


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By: B.A.Harrison

Added: Jan 20, 2009

Views: 5,022
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Photo ID: 268051

One of five coal hoppers that derailed and hit the ground, with a total of fourteen leaving the tracks loaded. RJ Corman had just finished loading a unit train at the National Coal loadout at Bald... (more)

Railroad: Untitled
Locomotive: None
Location: Smoky Junction, Tennessee, USA
Locomotive #: Unknown
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: January 19, 2009


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By: B.A.Harrison

Added: Jan 20, 2009

Views: 4,856
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Photo ID: 255667

Railroad: Southern Railway
Locomotive: Alco RS-3
Location: Smoky Junction, Tennessee, USA
Locomotive #: SOU 520
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: October, 2008


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By: Casey Thomason

Added: Oct 16, 2008

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Photo ID: 251224

Passing below National Coals slate dump or gob pile, an RJ Corman crew takes a loaded unit train toward Oneida after a long day. Wide views such as this are rare in the Cumberland Mountains.

Railroad: Norfolk Southern
Locomotive: GE C40-9W (Dash 9-40CW)
Location: Smoky Junction, Tennessee, USA
Locomotive #: NS 9177
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: September 16, 2008


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By: B.A.Harrison

Added: Sep 17, 2008

Views: 4,042
Comments: 4

Favorited: 15
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