Great Smoky Mountains Railroad 1702 enters the Nantahala Gorge, giving passengers a great view at Fontana Lake.
Southern 630 hastily enters Grand Junction shortly before the 9:30 AM Missionary Ridge Local leaves for East Chattanooga. In this short time, the crew must wye the locomotive and get all passenger... (more)
Southern 630 crosses the Chickamauga Creek, returning to Grand Junction with a 4-car train.
Great Smoky Mountains Railroad 1702 completes the last leg of an excursion into the Nantahala Gorge, passing through a field near Hewitts.
Great Smoky Mountains Railroad 1702 passes through the Nantahala Outdoor Center, a popular spot for those who love the outdoors.
Enthusiastic rafters cheer as they pass Great Smoky Mountains Railroad 1702 working her way up the gorge at a popular photo location.
In the morning haze, Great Smoky Mountains Railroad 1702 turns day into night at Robinson Gap, leading 17 cars the 2-3% grade.
In the dramatic early morning light, Reading & Northern 425 highballs enroute to Haucks.
BR&W 60 passes by an American Flag in the Ringoes Station, on July 4th weekend, her first public outings since 2019. 60 herself is too flying the Red, White, and Blue.
Black River and Western 60 runs around her consist in Flemington, NJ
The smell of coal smoke is once again present in Flemington, as Black River and Western 60 passes by her 3-car consist.
Black River and Western 60 poses next to BR&W 438, an SW9 of Erie Heritage. This scene was in between two of 60's trips.
On her very first day of operation since 2019, Black River & Western 60 rolls into the Ringoes Station at the steady hand of Engineer Nick.
Reading & Northern 425 reaches upwards of 40 MPH as she attacks hometown Hill. Water is blasted off of the leaves on the trees as her exhausts shoots high into the sky.
Storms brew across the valley as the last rays of sun beat down on the Reading & Northern 425, passing by a derelict, antique dodge pickup.