722 and 750 team-up on an excursion down the former Central of Georgia mainline.
The Carolina Special power, Southern 722 & 4501, has been serviced for the return trip to Charleston as part of the 1970 NRHS Convention. The crew has a quick conference before returning to their... (more)
Another chase shot is made of the doubleheaded Carolina Special, led by Southern steam engines 722 & 4501, running a Charleston-Savannah excursion via the SCL mainline. The train is about to duc... (more)
The Carolina Special passes over the SCL raceway, enroute to Savannah from Charleston. Powered by doubleheaded steam courtesy of Southern #'s 722 & 4501, fans on the back porch enjoy the ride. Ch... (more)
Doubleheaded with 4501, the Southern 722 powers the southbound leg of the Carolina Special over the SCL approaching Green Pond. The train will turn at Savannah and return to Charleston, site of t... (more)
Southern 2-8-0 722 leaves Atlanta with an excursion past two road-switchers. This is former ET&WNC 208.
One of many steam trips that occurred during the 1970 NRHS convention was this Charleston-Savanna roundtrip excursion, seen here southbound on ACL rails. On this day Consolodation #722 led Mikado... (more)
Southern 722 and 750 lead a doubleheaded excursion over a trestle at Hurt, VA in 1971. This particular excursion ran from Roanoke to Hurt on the old VGN, Hurt to Lynchburg on the Southern, and Lyn... (more)
Nothin' says lovin' like somethin' from the oven, or so the Pillsbury ad campaign claimed. In this photo, the Southern steam assembled for this day's excursion emerges from the depths of the Sout... (more)
I dunno who the feller is with that big crescent wrench, but it looks like he means business.
A face shot of the little engine that did.
Sou 722 is being readied. Ronald Norman gives a quick smile for the camera before he goes back to lubrication.
Sou 722 and T&P 610 leave on a double head ferry move. Not but a mile or 2 down the main, it was decided to put 610 in front.
Sou 722 waits to leave on a ferry move with T&P 610.