An excursion train heads back into Bryson City in late summer 2018
Great Smoky Mountains #1702 riding the hand pushed turntable.
Great Smoky Mountains #1702 getting hot and ready for the 9:00 am excursion on a cool foggy morning.
With a good plume of smoke. 1702 works hard to get the extra long fall excursion up the grade at Jackson Line.
Leaving Bryson City 1702 gets the train under way as they make their run to the Outdoor Center.
Steam in the Smokies. GSMR's 1702 leads the morning fall excursion through the Nantahala Gorge and along the Nantahala River.
A father and son watch as Great Smoky Mountains Railroad engine 1702 steams out of the station in Bryson City, NC on Labor Day morning.
Sporting green class light lenses, 1702 brings the Nantahala Gorge excursion into the yard in Nantahala to drop off rafters and hikers before heading back east to the outdoor center.
The fireman for 1702 checks the lineup of switches to couple up to the Southern bay-window caboose on the house track. After they drop the GSMR caboose, 1702 will be turned east for her deadhead t... (more)
1702 rounds a curve just outside Bryson City with the third Nantahala Gorge excursion of 2020. That afternoon she would do some switching in Bryson City before being turned and deadhead back to th... (more)
Needing a wash, 1702 drags an afternoon westbound return trip of the Tuckasegee River excursion just outside of Wilmot.
An early October snow had just begun falling as #1702 charged out of Bryson City toward the Nantahala Gorge. It was bitter cold, but surely made for an impressive display of steam.
1702 rolls through the fields of Shelton Farms with the last Tuckasegee River excursion of the year.
Great Smoky Mountains #1702 leads the final Polar Express of the season as it departs Whitter, NC to return to Bryson City.
1702 powers up the east side of Ferguson Hill with the last Tuckasegee River excursion of 2019.