The run up hill
Missionary Ridge local train #100 is making it's way up the south leg of the wye at Grand Jct. after a late return from East Chattanooga on the 2pm schedule round ... (more)
The flagship train of the Tennessee Valley Railroad's Missionary Ridge train #100 is seen crossing the South Chickamauga Creek, as the three car consist is being lead eastbound by one of the Museu... (more)
TVRM 1829, formerly USAX 1829, sits on the western end of the TVRM by their 1950's decorated station. 1829 was built in 8/1951. Later it will head over to the Grand Junction Station for the first... (more)
TVRM 1829 pulls around the Grand Junction wye before heading to the other end of the museum.
TVRM GP7 #1829 at the end of a morning ride on the system.
TVRM GP7 #1829 takes a ride on the TVRM turntable, while a half-trainload of spectators looks on. The 1829 lived its service life as US Army #1829, and is rumored to have been purchased operationa... (more)
TVRM's flagship Missionary Ridge Local excursion crosses over South Chickamauga Creek on a soggy March afternoon. In the foreground lies a display marking the original ETV&G mainline completed in ... (more)
One of TVRM's former US Army Geeps leads an eastbound Missionary Ridge Local excursion over the Chickamauga Creek bridge.
TVRM train 300 heading northbound into Chattanooga.
One of the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum's former US Army GP7s is the power for today's Missionary Ridge jaunts.
Taking a turn on the table.
1829 eases up to the turntable in Summerville; 610 will soon follow.
The late afternoon sun highlights the AAR Type A switcher trucks and the small fuel tanks, hallmarks of the ex-US Army Transportation Corps GP7L.
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