Posted by on March 15, 2011 
Tom - Another Jewel from your arsenal - Thanks for posting another of these great secrets which you've hidden away for way too many years !!!
Posted by John Higginson on March 15, 2011 
Ahh yes, the 'odd couple!' 722 and 750 spent much of that summer touring the Southern. The two engines were doubleheaded out of necessity to pull longer, heavier trains than any of SOU's steam engines at the time could pull by themselves... eventually Southern (and later NS) would start using larger, more powerful engines. Great catch Tom! Wish I could have been around in those days.
Posted by Nick McLean on March 16, 2011 
Another winner today! Two gorgeous locos in a great scene. Thanks for posting!
Posted by Andy Fariss on January 28, 2013 
I was on board this trip at age 14. This train went through Huddleston on the Virginian. Huddleston is my Mom's home.
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