At some point decades ago, an old E&LS coach (presumed - exact lineage not known) was left in Turner to be used, reportedly, as a local schoolhouse. But today, the town of Turner consists of one h... (more)
The "Sliver Star" being readied for its southbound departure on a cool January evening.
A "Georgian" coach will be on tonight's southbound "Humming Bird"
Amtrak Train #3 makes its station stop at KCY in track 30, arriving 14 minutes early. On the rear of the train are the "Pacific Union" and the "Royal Street", which will be se... (more)
Flag stop! We are aboard ACR train #1 in May of 1988 and we have just made a flag stop to let off passengers near Trout Lake. The ACR was the only way to get to many of these remote locations.
The logo adorning the side of a Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley coach used in the excursions. This car was a former Erie Lackawanna MU car.
Former Rio Grande coach No. 1012 sits in repose at Napa, California, on March 13, 2006. In 1960, Rio Grande bought eight of these ancient (built in 1915) Pullman-built coaches from Northern Pacifi... (more)
This is a view from the rear coach of a TVRM excursion for the L&N Historical Society 2009 convention. The bridge crosses the Hiwassee River at Reliance, TN, on the former L&N "Hook & Eye" route v... (more)
Steam escapes from the traps on heavyweight L&N coach 2512 as its dark blue paint reflects the platform lights at Corbin on an August evening in 1963. This is southbound train 17, the nightly Cinc... (more)
A TVRM conductor swings off an ex-L&N ACF streamlined coach built for the 1946 "Humming Bird." The scene has a certain air of authenticity, even though it's over four decades removed from the "Bir... (more)
A rainy day rider on TVRM's museum train---but it could have been 50 years ago on a main line train somewhere.
Complete consist of the "Lake Shore Limited". For a look at the power see Photo ID's 295752 and 66880; for the forward part of the consist, see Photo ID 295356.
The "Lake Shore Limited" accelerates into the sunset, passing FL9s stored in Croton's North Yard. For a look at the power see Photo ID's 295752 and 66880; for the rest of the consist, see Photo I... (more)