A SOUTHERN Evening! A young couple enjoy a beautiful summer evening on the tailgate of a classic Ford pick up as a duo of GP30s lead a photo chartered frieght train in classic Southern fash... (more)
Under a full moon, 2601 rests with fellow GP30 N&W 522. A big thanks goes out to Clint Renegar for lighting this night shoot a day after the 30th anniversary of the merger of these two railroads.
"Norfolk Southern" NCTM recreates a classic scene with the help of NW 522, SOU 2601, and numerous volunteers.
"Southern Pride" The sun rapidly falls from the sky as a Conductor works to tie up.
SOU 2601, NS (original) 1616, and N&W 522 pose together next to the North Carolina Transportation Museum Roundhouse during a photoshoot. Lighting provided by Clint Renegar.
Gotcha! You can tell who's the railfan in this shot as a Photo Charter organized by Clint Renegar with a Southern and Norfolk & Western GP30 duo passes a couple enjoying a beautiful Summer ... (more)
Gosh, she's beautiful in black with that high nose. A great representative of the best railroad of the 60s and 70s, hands down. No, I'm not particularly a Southern fan but as an observer of the ... (more)
Southern 2601 making a run with the photo freight down the short but scenic stretch of mainline at the NCTM.
2601 is using the old mainline back to the museum grounds.
2601 climbs out of the museum grounds on the new West Lead at the new Mesimore spring switch. An NS coal train can be seen in the background.
Another day on the Southern comes to a close under stormy skies.
The SOU 2601 sits at the roundhouse next to various old equipment.
A little night activity at the Southern Rwy. Spencer roundhouse. GP30 2601 looks on as FP7 6133 is put away for the evening.
Because of the drought all over the south, colorful leaves still cling to the trees even in late November
SR GP30 2601 trundles along side a Chessie Steam Special ferry move from Brunswick, MD, to Richmond, VA