Smoky Mountain 4-6-2 No 110 was built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works in November, 1911 for the Little River Railroad in Tennessee. She has 47" drivers, 16 x 22 inch cylinders, operates at 180 psi... (more)
Who is that engineer, easing his classic locomotive and small freight train agross the high bridge over the Holston River. Zoom in. Photo taken on railroad property with permission.
Less than 10 miles from downtown Knoxville, a pair of former Southern SW1's double head a small photo freight during the 2011 Diesel Days photo shoot on the Three Rivers Rambler.
Operating at track speed east of Knoxville, a pair of SW's lead a photo freight along the Tennessee River as seen by this slow shutter speed perspective. Photo taken on KXHR property with permissi... (more)
Built in April of 1947 for the Atlantic & East Carolina Railroad, this vintage General Motors Electro-Motive Division diesel switching locomotive has served numerous railroads in her 64 years of s... (more)
1975 or 2011? A westbound local led by Southern No. 1007 idles in the siding to allow eastbound Chattanooga Traction Company No. 4 to pass on the mainline during a daily switching procedure on the... (more)
Scott Ogle, the ever intrepid engineer, and the railroad's operations manage, propels his beautifully restored locomotive and a photo freight across a small bridge along the Tennessee Riverfront. ... (more)
Former Southern SW1 #1007 and former Chattanooga Traction Company SW1 #4 pull a small freight train during the Vintage Diesel Railfan Photo Day on the Three Rivers Rambler.
Former Southern SW1 #1007 at warp speed.
154 puts on a fine display this Sunday morning pulling out of City Yard in downtown Knoxville bound for Alcoa with a special train for the Lexington Group.
Former Southern SW1 #1007 and former Chattanooga Traction Company SW1 #4 rumble through downtown Knoxville during the Vintage Diesel Railfan Photo Day on the Three Rivers Rambler.
The crew for the F units climbs aboard on a windy, frosty morning in the Knoxville Yard.
The Norfolk & Western Illinois passenger car, with a brakeman rushing toward the grade crossing to flag traffic. The F units were really working, switching passenger cars around.
Steam Over Knoxville! Ex-Southern Railway #154 pulls the Alcoa excursion for the Lexington Group in Transportation History over the Tennessee River, and out of downtown Knoxville. #154 pull... (more)
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