During the last two weekends of September 2010, the Heart of Dixie Railroad Museum hosted their second Steam Days event featuring Flagg Coal 75. The little locomotive made several trips each day o... (more)
During the last two weekends of September 2010, the Heart of Dixie Railroad Museum hosted their second Steam Days event featuring Flagg Coal 75. The 1930-built Vulcan Iron Works product made sever... (more)
The 203 performs a run-by at Marbledale during the Three Rivers Rambler's Railfan Weekend.
Pulling a short freight consist, the 154 performs a spirited run-by during the Three Rivers Rambler Railfan Weekend. Marbledale is the normal terminus for the Three Rivers Rambler excursion train.
KXHR's newly restored 1890-built Southern 154 poses for night photos during the Three Rivers Rambler Railfan Weekend. Lighting by Walter Scriptunas II.
The Three Rivers Rambler train crew poses in front of the 154 during Railfan Weekend festivities. These guys are a class act and their contributions to steam preservation and operation are to be a... (more)
KXHR's newly restored Southern 154 performs a photo run-by during the Three Rivers Rambler Railfan Weekend. This run-by, along with many others that afternoon, took place west of the Knoxville riv... (more)
As part of the Three Rivers Rambler Railfan Weekend, a tour of the G&O's Knoxville Locomotive Works was arranged. Here we see NS 1634 being outfitted with remote control equipment, while KXHR SW15... (more)
This eastbound local was waiting like a sitting duck in perfect sunlight over the Tennessee River in downtown Knoxville.
In lengthening shadows, a southbound OCS deadhead move races towards Birmingham.
All four NS F-units lead a deadhead OCS move to Birmingham, AL, seen here passing through the beautiful countryside just south of Chattanooga. Covenant College, a local landmark, can be seen in th... (more)
The 154 makes its inaugural run on the Three Rivers Rambler.
The inaugural run of former Southern 154 on the Three Rivers Rambler.
The inaugural run of former Southern 154 (an 1890 product of the Schenectady Locomotive Works, later ALCO) on the Three Rivers Rambler.
A westbound pig train highballs Belle Mina.