Engineer Scott Ogle hauls down on the whistle chord of ex-Washington & Lincolnton Consolidation 203 on a charter of the Three Rivers Rambler. The passengers today are attendees to the annual conve... (more)
Recently repainted (or perhaps simply washed) GE wide cab leads an eastbound manifest into Knoxville. Second unit is a rare standard cab Dash 9 in the newer "Horsehead" scheme.
A short Q540 has just crossed the NS diamond and is pulling out of CSX’s West Knoxville yard back onto the single track main behind a pair of wide cab Dash 8s.
On a rare journey outside of the Clinchfield, the Clinchfield 1 spot is simmering outside the L&N Knoxville Depot. The two B-units behind the little 10 wheeler will provide a majority of the power... (more)
Two trains in one photo. Well, sort-of. A uniquely NS standard cab GE is the trailing unit of a light power move passing a steam locomotive mural painted on the side of one of the buildings in the... (more)
Having crossed the NS at the Willoughby diamond a mile or so back, Q042 heads for the grade crossing at Loraine Street. 9024 is one of CSX's odd Dash 9 series locomotives. CSX's Dash 9s share the... (more)
A pair of big GEs lead a solid train of Autoracks across the Tennessee River and into dowtown Knoxville.
Former Southern Railway SW1 leading a freight during the 2011 Diesel Days photo shoot on the Three Rivers Rambler.
Following a periodic 92-day inspection performed at the Knoxville Locomotive Works, Knoxville & Holston River Railroad (KXHR) SW1500 #1504 sits under a colorful evening sky awaiting to be put back... (more)
A northbound CSX Office Car Special crosses the Tennessee River in downtown Knoxville behind F40PHs 9993 and 9992 on a warm spring afternoon en route to Corbin, KY and points north.
The downtown switcher heads West through the "Old City" area of downtown Knoxville behind former N&W SD40-2 6084. Just out of frame to the left is the old Southern Railway depot where a number of ... (more)
3018 is looking good in CSX’s newest corporate logo “the boxcar”, as it leads a relatively short Q540 at the south end of Amherst.
Brand new NS EMD SD70ACe #1081 (less than a month old) leads loaded coal train 800 as it approaches Sevier Yard in Knoxville, TN.
CSX 6498 and road slug CSX 2319 switch cars in Knoxville. I was surprised to see that both these yard switchers have K5 horns, something that I have never seen on a switch engine out West.