NERR 573 still shows her ATSF and BNSF heritage as she crosses the old wooden trestle over Stanley Street. Nashville & Eastern uses 4 axle GE power almost exclusively.
One of the strange and unusual, but not surprising find is this Nashville & Eastern former General Electric Leasing.(LMX) B39-8E number 8572 which is renumber into N&E 8573 once this unit was acqu... (more)
Nashville & Eastern's local to Old Hickory heads up the branch behind the lone remaining green and yellow painted GE on the roster.
NERR's Old Hickory job works the yard, preparing to shove into the Dupont mill. 8531 is the only operating NERR locomotive in the company's traditional green and yellow paint. All others either ... (more)
NERR 573, a former BNSF Dash 8 sits idle in the yard on a hot July afternoon. 573 is joined on the NERR by other former BNSF power that sits in the background as the skyline of Music City looks on... (more)
Nashville & Eastern 8585 leads a Tennessee Central Railway Museum's DelMonaco Winery Fall Excursion east out of Nashville and passed the small Southern Junction Yard.
Resting in the their yard on a chilly March evening, the NERR 8585 shows off its newest BNSF inspired paint scheme. This unit was part of the LMX leasing pool and thus wore the standard gray and ... (more)
New to the railroad from CSX. I don't think I ever saw pictures of this unit in service, which brings up a question. Why does no one maintain a really comprehensive CSX roster? Units are retire... (more)
Newly arrived from BNSF these units were hurriedly pressed into service with only the minimum of relettering. They seemed to be everywhere that day.
Dubbed the “City of Lebanon”, which is where this railroad is based out of by the way, the NERR 574 and fellow wide cab sisters spend the night in Nashville at the railroad’s yard amongst other fr... (more)
Tied down at the Nashville and Eastern’s western terminus point, the NERR 574 sits with fellow GE Dash 8-40BW units as the skyline of downtown Nashville glows into the night sky.
These are some of the best looking Santa Fe units I've ever seen. Ironically found in Tennessee as I was passing through on a cross-country drive starting in Southern California!
Wearing Nashville & Eastern's latest paint scheme, a copy of the BNSF heritage II paint scheme. The fresh painted "City of Watertown" is a former LMX unit.