Night encounters: A late night driver waits for #60 to clear the grade crossing.
Just outside the Bryson City yard limits, GSMR 1702 starts its climb toward Jackson Line heading west with the 9:00am Nantahala Gorge excursion in October.
After pulling a Nantahala Gorge excursion, GSMR 1702 cuts away from the train in Bryson City to take a spin on the turntable.
Unjacketed Consolidation No. 223 (Baldwin, 1911) shares space with an ex-S&A high-hood GP35 at the Georgia State Railroad Museum in Savannah.
This locomotive was built in December, 1896, by the Baldwin Locomotive Works in Philadelphia for the Union Pacific, Denver and Gulf Railway. It was acquired two years later by the newly formed Co... (more)
The last of its kind, ICRR 790, 1903 built American Locomotive Works Consolidation sits on static display inside the Steamtown National Histric site in Scranton, PA. The 2-8-0 configuration engine... (more)
Southern Railway 630 and 4501 doublehead on a trip to Summerville through the famous Rock Springs.
The Great Smoky Mountains Railroad's 1702 puts on an amazing show climbing the grade out of Bryson City.
After pulling a special Nantahala Gorge excursion, GSMR 1702 drifts through some fields in Whittier on its way east back to the Dillsboro shops where it will be stored for another month before bei... (more)
GSMR 1702 passes through Inspiration Park in the community of Ela (EEH-LAH) on her way west to Bryson City with decent size Tuckaseegee River excursion consist in tow.