Two examples of Southern Railway EMD motive power are seen resting in the display yard at Grand Junction just after sunset on a hot summer night.
A pair of old prime movers sit in the late afternoon sun at the west Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum facility.
The freshly repainted TAG 80 sits at the NS interchange awaiting its next call to duty.
Three Southern Railway EMD high hoods enjoy the publicity at TVRM's Grand Junction.
Southern Railway veteran #630 handles the TVRM's Missionary Ridge Local one beautiful April afternoon, steaming through the lush spring landscapes of suburban Chattanooga.
TVRM's recently restored TAG GP38 leads a Missionary Ridge Local excursion away from Grand Junction station, as NC&StL GP7 710 reposes on the yard lead in the background. The 710 had been used on ... (more)
The day is done, and its time to build a bank in the fire and put #4501 to bed.
Stomping up the tough grade into East Chattanooga, #4501 is almost done with its roundtrip to Summerville. The trip would arrive back at Grand Junction almost 45min ahead of the advertised return ... (more)
BNSF 9784 rolls past the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum pulling empty coal cars back west.
The classic profiles of these two units that once served together on the Southern Railway are unmistakable, and as newly-restored and newly-donated units (respectively), they will be quite the app... (more)
Freshly restored Tennessee Alabama & Georgia Railway GP38 No. 80 shows off its simple but classy TAG logo and text reading "John A. Chambliss" on both sides of the cab. Mr. Chambliss was... (more)
Tennessee Alabama & Georgia Railway GP38 No. 80, built in February of 1968 and freshly restored, rests at the front of TVRM's property, ready to be shown off to Railfest visitors first thing the n... (more)
Restored and recently donated Southern Railway SD40 No. 3170 is accompanied by TAG GP38 No. 80 at the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum on the night before Railfest 2016.
TVRM Railfest 2016
As part of the TVRM's Railfest celebration, recently restored TAG GP38 No. 80 was dedicated and on display at the Grand Junction yard. Here we see a close up of the "John A. Chambliss."