ET&WNC #208 and #207 in Johnson City, TN after a NRHS trip in 1960.
ET&WNC 208 (Southern 722) displays her left side running gear, including its multiple-bearing cross head, and the unique dual gear connecting rods of its Southern patented valve gear.
It’s Saturday, and school is out---so a few Elizabethton youngsters take in some railroading. The one closest to the engine is studying the 208, but the other boy seems more intrigued by the out-o... (more)
ETWNC 208 working through Bemburg in May 1961.
North American Rayon's fireless cooker #1 about to meet ETWNC 208 for its interchange traffic. The #1 now sits on display in Elizabethton and #208 resides at the Great Smoky Mountain Railroad as S... (more)
ET #208 pauses to take water at the Bemburg water tank in 1962.
ETWNC 208 in Elizabethton, TN.
ET&WNC 208 eases down Elm Street in Elizabthton, TN—jockeying for space between parked cars, motorists in automobiles, a farm tractor, and a Greyhound bus destined for warmer climes at Myrtle Beac... (more)
ET's 208 takes to the street during switching at Elizabethton, Tennessee.
ET's 208 takes water at the tank at Bemberg, while fireman Earl Vest cuts coal for the afternoon switching work, and the trip back home to Johnson City.
The old depot at Elizabethton was originally built and owned by the Virginia & Southwestern, a Southern Railway predecessor. Note the nifty '57 Ford, and Buick.