Two Nashville & Eastern U-Boats await the call to duty ... or the call to the repair shop ... at the railroad's facility in Lebanon, TN. A sister is being worked on in the barn.
This former Cincinnati Railway unit is actually owned by the NERR. NERR 381 is on loan to the Music City Star while MCS 120 is being repainted.
The empty rail train returns from dropping welded rail for the rebuilding of the Brotherton Mountain section of NERR trackage. The welded rail train can be seen behind a few loads of freight.
The empty rail train returns from dropping welded rail for the rebuilding of the Brotherton Mountain section of NERR trackage. 7082 West sits next to the shop tracks and waits to be recrewed.
NERR 805 is an ex-BNSF B23-7 and NERR 5772 is an ex-CSX U36B, but both sport the colors of the Nashville & Eastern Railroad. Although those colors could use a little touch-up.
Two former LMX GE units are seen here now working for the Nashville & Eastern Railroad.
A N&E engineer attemps to keep the 5772 running for a power move at Lebanon.
The "William J Drunsic" is cooling its heels at the shop. On NERR property with permission.
Nashville & Eastern U30B 5343, Was CSXT 5343, built as C&O 8215 prepares to lead an excursion train out of the city.
Former CSX 5340, nee Chessie/C&O 8212, runs long hood forward as it drags a cut of cars out of the spur.
NERR 3177, a former CSX, neeCR unit on loan to the Nashville and Western.
She started life with the N&W. Then she worked for the NS. Now she's an N&W again, sorta.
The organ recipient meets the organ donor. Nature has a way with old GEs.