A mighty freight hog. The Fireman on Southern Railway Consolidation #630 leans out of his cab, watching for the Trainman's next signal to move, as his locomotive performs switching operatio... (more)
Leaving Snowy Jim Thorpe. A band of overnight snow showers have pretty much abated as Reading & Northern's #425 takes a passenger train north out of Jim Thorpe Station. The restored CNJ S... (more)
Morning fog blanketing the valley has not been burned off by the early morning sun as OSL 1068 approaches Heber City, UT
The Tennesee Valley Railroad Museum is home to not one, but two operational Southern Railways coal-fired steam locomotives. #630 is a 1904 American Locomotives 2-8-0 Consolidation.with over 46,000... (more)
This GP38 was built for the Tennessee Alabama & Georgia Railway in February 1968. When the Southern Railway bought out the TAG in 1970, the Southern shops converted the control stand to have the l... (more)
The Southern Railways doubleheader steam train passes through Fairview, Georgia near the Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park. This was the site of a bloody 1863 American Civil War B... (more)
Both of the Tennesee Valley Railroad Museum's Southern Railways steam locomotives were used in the March 2018 Lerro Productions photo charter on March 12th and 13th.
Southern #630, a 1904 Alco and #4501, a 1911 Baldwin rip through Rock Spring, GA along old Route 27 during the March, 2018 Lerro Productions photo charter.
An antique Packard drives down Lytle Road as the double-header steam pulls an 8 car freight train through the town of Fairview, GA. This very area was the site of a bloody 1863 American Civil War ... (more)
1911 Baldwin locomotives built 4501 and 1904 Alco built 630 pull a mixed freight out of the Missionary Ridge Tunnel.
1911 Baldwin locomotives built 4501 just barely fits on the turntable at the East Chattanooga Shops.