The Nantahala Gorge train makes its way through the namesake gorge as it gets ready to make a layover stop at the Nantahala Outdoor Center.
The Nantahala Gorge train gets ready to re-enter the namesake gorge on the return trip.
The Nantahala Gorge train makes its way through the namesake gorge.
The Nantahala Gorge train heads west towards Almond not long after departing Bryson City.
The Nantahala Gorge train climbs the grade out of Bryson City.
The Nantahala Gorge train departs Bryson City as it passes the railroads newest locomotive, sporting an, well, lets just say "interesting" paint scheme.
1702 lets off a little steam before being dragged east back to the Nantahala Outdoor Center.
1702 prepares to be turned and put up for the evening after pulling the second steam-powered Nantahala Gorge excursion of 2021.
The Great Smoky Mountain Railway NOC train is nearing the western end of its trip, with former US Army 2-8-0 #1702 down to a slow crawl, lugging 21 cars and 2 diesels up the hill alongside the Nan... (more)
The Great Smoky Mountain Railway NOC train is arriving back into Bryson City with the former US Army steamer 1702 trailing on the rear, passing their recently-painted Veterans unit.
Great Smoky Mountain Railway's recently-painted Veterans unit poses in Bryson City at dusk.
Nantahala Gorge excursion Train the photo was taken out of the train off the wild water car
The newest edition to the Great Smoky Mountains Railroad fleet (its version of a Support Our Troops paint scheme) leads the westbound NOC turn near Bryson City. The 1009 looks very, very similar ... (more)
GSMR GP30 2467 idles at the shop complex in Dillsboro before it retrieves the railroad's newest acquisition from Western Rail Inc.
GSMR GP9s #777 and #1751 pull a long excursion train out of Bryson City, NC in 2014