Walking Horse and Eastern 806 lives out what is very likely its final days rusting away in an industrial park east of Shelbyville, TN.
On a long abandoned siding of the Walking Horse & Eastern sits this pair of long abandoned cabooses. I know they've been here since at least 2006, and maybe much longer. How and why they ended up... (more)
On a long abandoned industrial siding of the Walking Horse & Eastern sits this former Sante Fe Caboose. I know it's been here since at least 2006, and may have been here much longer. This was on... (more)
Once the leader of a dinner train, this old FP7 has apparently now been sitting on this spur for quite a few years with an uncertain future.
Standing tall on a very short dead-line, this ex MILW FP7 faces an uncertain future. All non-used equipment of the Walking Horse & Eastern has been scrapped in the last couple of years, making th... (more)
I wanted to get a few more pictures of WHOE 806 while I still could. All other non-used equipment the WHO&E owns has been scrapped, leaving this ex MILW FP7 as the lone non-running survivor.
Still bearing Sequatchie Valley reporting marks, this GP38 is now the only running power on the Walking Horse & Eastern. As best I can tell from internet research, this GP38 was originally PC 782... (more)
Sadly, the NW2 in this picture, originally built in 1948 for Southern Railway, has recently been scrapped. Behind the NW2 sits an FP7 delivered to Milwaukee Road in 1950. There is talk of making... (more)
Walking Horse & Eastern FP7 #806 sure has seen better days, She now set's on a spur track rusting away.
Walking Horse & Eastern’s ex Southern NW2 sits quietly outside what may be the last active customer on the 7.7 mile line. The former NC&STL branch line is owned by the Bedford Railroad Authority ... (more)
Delivered as MILW 90A; renumbered 60A. Ret May 1980.