Clinchfield RR 3632 crosses the trestle just outside of yard limits.
Clinchfield RR 3632 pulls a train for the first time since New Years.
Built in October of 1964 as Lehigh Valley #408, the now SARM #2064 is seen here resting for the day at the Appalachia Railway Museum in Oak Ridge, TN.
The sun trying to burn off early morning fog creates a surreal setting over some locomotives at SARM.
VLIX F7 8016, decorated as Clinchfield #800, leads the 75th running of the Clinchfield/CSX Santa Train southbound passing the north end of the siding at Trammel, VA.
As the morning sun starts to burn off the thick fog, Clinchfield 3632 Extra North prepares to come to a stop in Fort Blackmore, Virginia for a planned photo stop. Special thanks to all at SARM for... (more)
Drones? Who need one of those when you can just hike up the side of a mountain! Perhaps one of the most historic runs ever, the 75th Annual CSX Santa Train crosses Russell Fork just as daylight be... (more)
Pure Clinchfield... On November 16, the restored Clinchfield F3A turned F7A #800 was paired with the former Clinchfield General Manager’s Car, #100, for the first time since 1982 on Thursday, No... (more)
VLIX SD45 2024, decorated as "Clinchfield 3632" leads the northbound deadhead move of the 2017 CSX Santa Train by the south end of the siding at Miller Yard on its trek to Shelby, KY.
Former Southern Railway/New Jersey Transit E8 6913 still resides in Oak Ridge, Tennessee with an uncertain future ahead.
Built for AGS in 1953, SARX 6913 served for NJT and Southern Railway before ending up at Southern Appalachia Railway Museum.
Crews discuss their plans during a meet on the Secret City Scenic Railroad operated by the Southern Appalachia Railway Museum. The scene was part of a photographers' event held at the museum.
C420 2064 heads back to the station from its trip thru the former Oak Ridge Nuclear site property. Shot from one of their newest acquistions, VLIX 8924 an SD45. Shot with permission from staff.