Almost daily, Seaboard operated No. 88 in 2 (or more) sections. No. 88 was a workhorse on the Virginia Division handling interchange traffic with connecting railroads and setoffs and pickups at v... (more)
In this running meet at Raleigh Tower, Seaboard Extra 1112 North slips past Seaboard TT-23 working southbound out of the capital city. The extra north has export coal destined N&W's facility at L... (more)
Seaboard time freight No. 75 is working through the NCSU campus in Raleigh, NC in June 1966. Only one month has passed since this trio of GP40's were delivered from EMD sporting this new paint sc... (more)
Seaboard local passenger, mail, and express train No. 3 awaits its' 4:15 pm departure on this bitterly cold February afternoon in 1965.
The engineer of Seaboard Air Line No.8, "The Sunland" has just given 2 crisp blasts of the Hancock air whistle and opened the throttle bringing 4 E7A's to life on the 17 car "name train". No. 8 h... (more)
Seaboard Air Line dedicated piggyback train TT-23 is cresting the hill into Apex, NC in August 1966. Two SDP35's and a GP35 are working the trailer-train this Sunday afternoon which is operating ... (more)
A locomotive lash-up like this was quite rare to find on a through-freight this late in 1966 on the Seaboard Air Line Virginia Division. This September 1966 photo finds First 88, operating as Ext... (more)
Seaboard Air Line No. 3, Passenger, Mail, and Express, is leaving double track D251 territory at Fetner led by E8A 3058 heading into the crossover from Southern Rwy to Seaboard's single track main... (more)
Seaboard Air Line No. 57, "The Silver Meteor", operating as Passenger Extra 3048 South, is running exactly 12 hours and 30 minutes late due to heavy snow and operational issues between the Northea... (more)
Seaboard Air Line No. 22, "The Silver Star", is running about 4 hours late on this March 1965 morning. It's now 11:40am. We are just north of Raleigh, NC and E7A 3018 plus two other E7's are on ... (more)
NC Transportation Museum Roundhouse
A classic scene. Citrus-scheme E8's bask in evening sunlight at the SAL's Richmond terminal. Check out that tell-tale.