Two Nashville & Eastern B23-7ís face off between assignments in Southern Junction Yard. Imagine the stories these two units could tell about their days working on the might Santa Fe.
Distinquishable from their ex-C&O stable mates by lack of dynamic brakes, these units were too heavy and hard on track. This one is obviously out of service, minus batteries in the cramped little... (more)
Ex-ICRR, these seem to have been acquired for resale after N&E was already heavily into GEs. Not sure just where they ended up.
These were nee-C&O via LS&I and others and really nice looking but I couldn't catch them working. I don't think they did much.
Man, these things got around. The didn't last very long here and I think only two got a full paint job. The other one was tuscan red.
Several former Santa Fe B23-7ís sit awaiting their next call of duty in Nashville & Easternís Southern Junction Yard.
After a severe thunderstorm and heavy rain pass through the area, the clouds clear to reveal a clear starry sky. The Orion Constellation can be seen in the right hand sky while down below 4 Nashv... (more)
Although they have NERR on the cab and wear BNSF numbers, it's got to be getting hard to find an all Santa Fe painted consist in 2010.
A former LMX B39-8 and 2 former BNSF B23-7ís sit awaiting the next assignment in Nashville & Easternís Southern Junction Yard
A pair of Nashville & Eastern U-boats sit shamefully coupled up to a former NYC caboose awaiting to be scrapped.
Nashville & Easternís recently painted B39-8 leads the Tennessee Central Railway Museumís Cookeville Excursion Train through Lebanon on the return trip to Nashville.
Nashville & Easternís recently painted B39-8 along with the Tennessee Central Railway Museumís 2 F7Bís and E8 pull the Cookeville Excursion Train back to Nashville.
A former LMX B39-8E and a couple of former BNSF B23-7ísit between assignments at Nashville & Easternís Southern Junction Yard.
Nashville & Easternís next generation of GE power sits idling in Southern Junction Yard on a frigid Friday evening. The streaks in the background are from the days last inbound Music City Star tr... (more)