A pair of diesels push on the rear as the Great Smoky Mountains Railroad train leaves the station in Bryson City, NC on Labor Day morning.
GP9 1751 and GP7 711 pass Chicago Metal and the railroad's diesel fuel tank with the return trip of the Nantahala Gorge excursion.
Nantahala Gorge excursion eastbound, returning to Bryson City
GSMR 1751 shows off its brand new paint scheme leading a westbound Nantahala Gorge excursion on a dreary April morning.
GSMR 1751 and 711 climb their way up the short Ferguson Hill just outside of Bryson City with the return of the weekly Tuckasegee River excursion.
GSMR 1751 and 711 round a curve near Barker's Creek with the return run of the weekly Tuckasegee River excursion.
GSMR 1751 and 711 pull the weekly Tuckasegee River excursion through Whittier on their way west toward Bryson City.
GP9 1751 and former Sante Fe GP30 2467 tie up the mainline in the Bryson City yard switching out the Nantahala Gorge consist as storm moves in. As soon as the pair clear up the main, 1702 will hea... (more)
Spring in the Smokies: GSMR’s Nantahala Gorge excursion passes the old Almond depot on a damp spring afternoon. In the Southern days, the depot and nearby farm were used by railroad ... (more)
1751 rolls to a stop in front of the old Southern Railway boarding houses at Whittier. The passengers will debark at the railroad's event field for the Pumpkin Patch Express event.
GSMR 1751 heads through Wilmot west towards the farms of Thomas Valley and ultimately Bryson City. A female passenger has booked the day's locomotive cab ride.
GSMR 1751 past the farms of Thomas Valley. A female passenger has booked the day's locomotive cab ride.
GSMR 1751 leads the day's Tuck Train around the bend at Ela. A female passenger has booked the day's locomotive cab ride.
A GSMR train pulls to a stop at the depot in Bryson City, NC as a chilly rain coats Smoky Mountains (and me) on a November afternoon.