AlabamaRailfan.com Photo Galleries: Static Displays or Stations
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A night shot of the L&N caboose #100 outside the nicely restored station in Etowah, TN.

File Size: 320 KBytes · Downloads: 2003 · Uploaded: October 14,2008

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The night before heading out on the Hiwassee River Rails Adventure train, I grabbed this night shot of the station in Etowah, TN.

File Size: 294 KBytes · Downloads: 2068 · Uploaded: October 14,2008

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Here is a shot of the nicely refurbished station in Etowah, TN. This station houses the Etowah Chamber of Commerce as well as ticket sales for the Hiwassee River Rails Adventure.

File Size: 301 KBytes · Downloads: 1998 · Uploaded: October 14,2008

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Here is a photo of the restored L&N depot in Cullman, AL.

File Size: 100 KBytes · Downloads: 4290 · Uploaded: May 11,2008

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This nicely restored station in Elkmont, Al is now used as a community center. It lies along the ex-L"N/Nashville and Decatur railroad. The roadbed is now a trail suitable for walking or horseback riding.

File Size: 428 KBytes · Downloads: 2767 · Uploaded: May 11,2008

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Also on display at the Elkmont, AL railroad station is this privately owned caboose, which appears to be of Seaboard Coast Line heritage.

File Size: 359 KBytes · Downloads: 2805 · Uploaded: May 11,2008

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This overview shot of the station at Elkmont, AL shows the roadbed of the ex-L"N. The roadbed is now a walking or horseback riding trail.

File Size: 404 KBytes · Downloads: 2449 · Uploaded: May 11,2008

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This nicely painted and restored caboose is on display in Bridgeport, AL near the Bridgeport Area Historical Association museum in the old depot. While this cab is lettered for the NC&StL, I think this is actually an ex-SCL M5.

File Size: 164 KBytes · Downloads: 2423 · Uploaded: May 11,2008

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A restored GM&O GP35 rests in Frascati Shops near McDuffie Coal Terminal. This unit will soon (as of Sep 2007) be on it's way to the Southern Appalachia Railway Museum. Hopefully, the museum will be able to finish the restoration and get the unit operational!

File Size: 294 KBytes · Downloads: 3001 · Uploaded: May 11,2008

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Identified on the Internet as a Baldwin DS44-660, this switcher is on display in the Sloss Furnaces National Historic Landmark museum.

File Size: 489 KBytes · Downloads: 2739 · Uploaded: May 11,2008

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Listed on the Internet as an ex-SCL unit, this caboose is on display in a park on Main St. in Falkville, AL.

File Size: 257 KBytes · Downloads: 4220 · Uploaded: May 11,2008

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The Louisville and Nashville once had a branch that ran south from Bay Minette to Foley, Alabama. In paying tribute to the L&N, the city has perserved the station along with a couple freight cars and this caboose.

File Size: 92 KBytes · Downloads: 4217 · Uploaded: May 11,2008

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The Foley, AL depot is listed by the Baldwin County Historic Development Committee as being built in 1905.

File Size: 69 KBytes · Downloads: 3987 · Uploaded: May 11,2008

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The city of Mobile, Alabama put this static display of an ex-Frisco steam engine, 1527, on display in Langan Park. The park parallels the Illinois Central mainline into Mobile.

File Size: 103 KBytes · Downloads: 5021 · Uploaded: May 11,2008

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While in Mobile, AL, a photo of this pristine GP35 owned by the GM&OHS would be a must for any Gulf, Mobile and Ohio fan!

File Size: 108 KBytes · Downloads: 5318 · Uploaded: May 11,2008

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This nicely painted L&N caboose is on display outside the beautifully restored depot in downtown Cullman, AL. I'm not sure if this was ever a paint scheme on the L&N for cabooses, but it is very nice none the less.

File Size: 112 KBytes · Downloads: 3316 · Uploaded: May 11,2008

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Here is a neat shot of an ex-L&N bay window caboose in Gadsden Yard. The sign reads "We ask a lot, you keep on giving, but please work safe and keep on living. CSX Mobile Division - Gadsden Yard."

File Size: 130 KBytes · Downloads: 3955 · Uploaded: May 11,2008

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The Alabama Tourist Rail Road and Railroad Museum Site lists this little fellow as ex-SAL 1003, an 0-4-0T. It is in a small fenced in area close to the depot in Montgomery, AL.

File Size: 210 KBytes · Downloads: 4744 · Uploaded: May 11,2008

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Here is a late afternoon shot of the Stevenson Depot and Museum in Stevenson, AL. Those tracks visible in the foreground are CSX. The NS tracks are on the far side of the depot.

File Size: 162 KBytes · Downloads: 3657 · Uploaded: May 11,2008

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This beautifully painted NC&StL GE 44-tonner is on display at the Cowan Railroad Museum in Cowan, TN.

File Size: 273 KBytes · Downloads: 1190 · Uploaded: May 11,2008

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This nicely restored L&N caboose is on display along the CSX main line in Tullahoma, TN. It appears to be a small museum but was closed when we were there.

File Size: 233 KBytes · Downloads: 2158 · Uploaded: September 30,2007

                            


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