GSMR 2-8-0 #1702 steams it up coming out of Bryson City, North Carolina.
Engineer and conductor aboard Great Smoky Mountains Railroad 2-8-0 #1702 watch what is happening as photographers disembark their train on a 2017 photographer's special.
The Great Smoky Mountains Railroad's "Nantahala Gorge Excursion" crosses Fontana Lake near Almond, NC, with former US Army consolodation #1702 leading the way.
The Great Smoky Mountains Railroad's "Nantahala Gorge Excursion" cruises alongside the Nantahala River/ Fontana Lake near Almond, NC. The consist includes ex-Army consolodation #1702, a ... (more)
Great Smoky Mountains Railroad 1702 navigates her train Along the Nantahala River, nestled within a gorge of the same name.
Great Smoky Mountains Railroad 1702 rounds the curve into Hewitts, tackling the steep mountain grades deep within the Nantahala Gorge.
Great Smoky Mountains Railroad's Steam Engine, Number 1702, stops to unload passengers at the Bryson City depot.
GSMR 1702, having just wrapped up its passenger duties for the day, reverses past engine #1009 as it begins its trip back to the shops at Dillsboro. #1009 is the most recent addition to the railro... (more)
GSMR 1702 departs out of Dillsboro with the Tuckasegee River train.
GSMR 1702 leads a Tuckasegee River excursion westbound to Bryson City as it works its 14-car train up the short Ferguson Hill.
GSMR Tuckasegee River Excursion with the former US Army consolidation 2-8-0 now GSMR 1702 making its way back to Bryson City just outside the town of Whittier.
Even though Halloween is almost 4 weeks way, the decorations are already out as 1702 departs Dillsboro on the return trip to Bryson City.
Along the shores of Fontana Lake, Great Smoky Mountains Railroad 1702 works her train into Almond, an old flagstop on the old Murphy Branch.
Great Smoky Mountains Railroad 1702 climbs the last leg of her trip up through the gorge, navigating an S curve in below Milepost 86
Great Smoky Mountains Railroad 1702 climbs the steep grades of the Southern Murphy Branch, tucked away within the Nantahala Gorge.