Crescent and Cabeese: One of the remaining Crescent Limited E8s pokes its nose out of one of the buildings at the SERM as some women explore the Family Lines caboose outside.
A young woman adjusts her camera settings for some photos of the former Florida East Coast pacific and famed excursion locomotive proudly serving as a display inside at the Southeastern Railway Mu... (more)
The engineer of the 1950 EMD guides the one car museum train with ease back from the shop on a bright Saturday afternoon at Georgia's official transportation museum.
Former Georgia Railroad GP7 #1026 pull its single car train from the shop lead back to the display area of the Southeastern Railway Museum, during it normal weekend season run.
A retired SCL/ L&N caboose and the SOU 6901 sit on display at the Southeastern Railway Museum.
NS 118 takes his time getting through Duluth as he will meet 153 at Walters.
NS 221 splits the signals at Duluth, GA
NS 237 is among just a few Intermodal trains that didn't get annulled today from the Thanksgiving Holidays. Here you see him diverging at Duluth to meet 118.
Running as designed, a high nose GP38-2 and recently renumbered B32-8 are running nose to nose under the old Southern RR cantilever signal bridge guarding the north end of the siding at Duluth. G... (more)
NS 153, one of the largest money-making junk freights on the railroad, ducks under the Southern Railway cantilever at Duluth with new AC power out front. The train is slowing to a stop at Carolina... (more)
Here we see the SOU#6901 coming out of the shed in Duluth to get some sun. It was really cool to see her again after a long time.
Posed shot with Southern E8, Georgia RR GP7 and 1940 Packard touring sedan.
NS has leased an MP15DC to the SERM. Here we see a switching move set up for the cameras.
At a night photo session at the Southeastern RR Museum, a GP7 in the original Georgia Railroad scheme poses next to the Southern's green and gold classic scheme of the 1970s and 1980s.
NS 958 clears CP Duluth as the run really gets underway, leaving the Atlanta area.