A pair of Southern SW1's pose for a photo during the 2011 Diesel Days photo shoot at the Knoxville & Holston River Railroad.
Built as Norfolk Southern (original NS) No. 2007, an original non-rebuilt EMD GP38 sits in the Gul & Ohio's Knoxville Locomotive Works (KLW) shop in the process of being rebuilt. Photo taken with ... (more)
Norfolk Southern's executive A-B-B-A set of F9's idles in City Street Yard in Knoxville. The sharp looking vintage diesels led a special train to Asheville and back for members of the Lexington Gr... (more)
The local to Marbledale rambles through McWherter Park.
Riverfront and Stadium front railroading! The Three Rivers Rambler train set idles in the Rambler Siding with SW1, KXHR 4. The train will soon be assembled and operate a series of excursions for K... (more)
Norfolk Southern Steam Program visits Knoxville! A trio of MP15DC's have just coupled onto the rear of Southern 630 and three NS coaches (right track). The local yard job will soon sort the consis... (more)
Former Southern Railway 2-8-0 154, restored and operated by the Gulf & Ohio Railways / Knoxville & Holston River Railroad, rests after three days of pulling Christmas Santa Trains on the Three Riv... (more)
Norfolk Southern Steam Program visits Knoxville! Norfolk Southern's A-B-B-A set of EMD F9's idle on the head end of a 12 car OCS bound for Altoona after providing members of the Lexington Group wi... (more)
Southern F7 4246 is among many units at Knoxville. I stopped here on my way home from leave in New Jersey enroute to USAF pilot training in Lubbock, Texas.
The Southern #154 leads the Christma Express upgrade on a beautiful winter's day.
SOU 154 storms up a slight grade toward the Holston River bridge on the 3 Rivers Rambler route.
With cylinder cocks open and whistle blowing for the crossing, the #154 leads a Christmas Express run out of downtown Knoxville.
The evening glint catches Southern Railway 630 as she departs downtown Knoxville to be turned and serviced for her trip back to Chattanooga the following morning.
A southbound excursion climbs a little grade on the Alcoa branch. If you look closely you see the ex-L&N CSX mainline in the background.
Starting up the bridge NB on the return to Knoxville. In the background is the abandoned University of Tennessee Hospital.