Savannah & Atlanta 4-6-2 750 leads a Alexandria – Front Royal Southern Railway excursion across the trestle over the Accotink creek, as viewed across Lake Accotink in Springfield, Virginia. The lo... (more)
The prelude to the 1983 NRHS convention in Richmond was the unusual steam double-header consisting of Savannah & Atlanta #750 leading N&W #611. The train is pictured on the RF&P at Doswell, VA
Despite its poor physical state, Savannah & Atlanta Pacific 750 looks wonderful in the main exhibit hall at the Southeastern Railway Museum. Originally built for the Florida East Coast and used on... (more)
On a route built before the Civil War, Savannah & Atlanta Pacific 750 rolls along under a canopy of coal smoke across the Middle Fork of the Holston River at Seven Mile Ford, VA. The sharp looking... (more)
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 Atlanta Chapter NRHS's S&A Pacific number 750 leads two Southern FP7s on a Bristol-Radford round trip excursion. In the early morning, the trio rounds the curve beside the former N&W roundhous... (more)
One of the best remembered of the early Southern Railway steam excursion engines was former Savannah & Atlanta Pacific number 750. This ex-FEC engine was a high drivered runner, but lacked the nec... (more)
Savannah & Atlanta 4-6-2 #750 in Knoxville, TN for an excursion to Middlesboro, KY, seen here at the Southern Railway station downtown.
The 750 passes eastbound through Marshall with the Marshall Operator and other bystanders watching.
Savannah & Atlanta 750 backs up for a lightly patronized photo runby on an Atlanta-Toccoa excursion trip in the spring of 1974. The locomotive was originally built for the Florida East Coast Railw... (more)
S&A 750 gets ready for its next run...
Posed in a scene that could have been set 60 years ago, S&A 750 slowly builds steam as the conducter and engineer converse about the nights moves.
Originally built in 1910 by ALCo for FEC, the 750 was acquired by S&A in 1935. Donated to the SRM in 1962.
Under heavy overcast skies with intermittent showers / Camera - Yashica Mat 124G / Film - Kodak Tmax 400