RailPictures.Net Photo: GSMR 1702 Great Smoky Mountains Railroad Steam 2-8-0 at Wesser, North Carolina by Grady F. McKinley
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Great Smoky Mountains Railroad (more..)
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Nantahala Gorge (more..)
Wesser, North Carolina, USA (more..)
August 21, 2016
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GSMR 1702 (more..)
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Fog begins to build along the Nantahala river as 1702 steams westbound through the gorge with the daily gorge train. Rafters from the Nantahala Outdoor Center enjoy the rapids created by the daily release of water from the dam holding back Nantahala Lake, upriver from my location.
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