The Mafersa´s commuter train #1702 crossing w/ Tourist train near Jundiaí yard, photo taken from the window of Budd Passenger car (with permission Train staff)
Great Smoky Mountains Railroad No. 1702 climbs Ferguson Hill headed west to Bryson City, North Carolina. The locomotive is pulling the final of two annual steam-powered Polar Express excursions. L... (more)
Two former locomotives V 100 of Deutsche Reichsbahn, now owned and operated by D & D Eisenbahngesellschaft.
On September 9th, 2017, the Great Smoky Mountains Railroad celebrated the 75th Birthday of our steam locomotive No. 1702. The specialty excursion ran between Dillsboro and Bryson City, North Carol... (more)
The Great Smoky Mountains Railroad No. 1702 heading West up Ferguson Hill in Bryson City, North Carolina.
The Great Smoky Mountains Railroad's S160 class consolidation No. 1702 pulls a very lengthy consist up the grade at Ferguson, North Carolina on December 30, 2016.
As part of the photo charter schedule, the 1702 was turned on the new Armstrong turntable at Bryson City allowing for a photo opportunity before leading the train back East to Dillsboro.
Great Smoky Mountains Railroad no. 1702 pulls the 9 a.m. Nantahala Gorge excursion train across the huge trestle over Lake Fontana near Almond, North Carolina. The original Southern Railway "... (more)
Newly restored Baldwin S160 class Consolidation No. 1702 breaks through the hue of fall color on the Great Smoky Mountains Railroad on Sunday, October 16, 2016. Engine No. 1702 was built in 1942 t... (more)
The first night photo shoot with the Great Smoky Mountains Railroad No. 1702 since the locomotive's return to service in July 2016.
After a twelve-year absense, steam is back in the Smokies! Great Smoky Mountains Railroad consolidation #1702 made its first test run along the mainline on Friday, July 22 (7/22-coincidentally the... (more)
GSMR Excursion - 1942 Baldwin Consolidation Pushes back to Dillsboro from Bryson City on the old Southern RR Murphy Branch
The 1702 awaits its excursion to Bryson City.
East of Bryson City
First steam run in 2004, Crossing Tuskasegee River