Southern still serves the south here at the North Carolina Transportation Museum. 6133 leads the museum train through a narrow alley between two of the many preserved buildings of the old Southern... (more)
Blue Ridge Southern shoves Great Smoky Mountains Railroad's new GP30 towards downtown Sylva.
March 2017 update: Link to new paint scheme: http://www.railpictures.net/photo/611092/
One of the Caldwell's antique GP16 rebuilds, still in Family Lines paint and running light, crosses US321 in Hickory on the way back to the company yard.
Freshly pained GP30 2467 waits as the day's Tuck Train passenger disperse around town for the layover.
Link to old paint scheme: http://www.railpictures.net/photo/502483/
The latest addition to the Gramling family of small tank engines, Jeddo Coal 85, pauses briefly between runs down a short section of track at the North Carolina Transportation Museum.
Operation Life Saver Dash 9 9255 leads a manifest train past the busy regional hub at Charlotte Douglas International Airport.
T31 rolls across Camelback trestle in the peak of 2017 leaves.
A light snow, the first of Winter 2020 has fallen and continues to float around as a crew works some of the tracks deep inside Evergreen Packaging's Canton mill. The locomotives unique paint is a ... (more)
After 12 years rusting in the North Carolina mountains, the air is once again pierced by the sound of her whistle and smell of her smoke.
Greenville and Western 4204 pulls two cars from the large Kinder Morgan facility in Cheddar. Can anyone spot a touch of orange at the rear? Behind the engine is several cars from the Pickens Rail... (more)
ETRY 214 heads rushes back to the company yard with quite a hefty train behind them.
Black and Yellow, Rubber and Steel. T31 hauls its daily Canton to Asheville manifest behind a loaded GREX rock train.
1702 leads west through the Jackson Line community of Swain Co.
T59 swaps out cars at Giles in Waynesville. The shot is framed by Bell UH-1 Iroquois, Huey, helicopter parked at the local VFW.
There's a lot of heritage here. "The Carolina Route" train 100, is seen here rolling along former Norfolk & Southern trackage through the brake wheel of an NS painted Chessie caboose. The conducto... (more)