Southern Railway 6901 sits on display at the Southeastern Railway Museum.
Southern Visitor from Georgia
Southern E8A number 6901j is resting in front of Norfolk Southern's Roanoke shops as a heavy rain squall passes through the area. The unit belongs... (more)
Crescent and Cabeese: One of the remaining Crescent Limited E8s pokes its nose out of one of the buildings at the SERM as some women explore the Family Lines caboose outside.
A retired SCL/ L&N caboose and the SOU 6901 sit on display at the Southeastern Railway Museum.
Here we see the SOU#6901 coming out of the shed in Duluth to get some sun. It was really cool to see her again after a long time.
The SOUTHERN CRESCENT rolls westbound through Norcross on the last lap to Atlanta in an early morning scene. My 1972 Volvo 142 was still new.
Posed shot with Southern E8, Georgia RR GP7 and 1940 Packard touring sedan.
The Southern Crescent rides again. The southbound Southern Crescent poses with her crew at Duluth.
All gone now!
Originally delivered as SOU 2924, the 6901 was assigned to Southern Railway's famous "Crescent" passenger train.