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The Flagg Coal #75 on her backing move for the photo run-by!

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Another shot of Flagg Coal #75 on her backing move for the photo run-by!

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After backing up, the crew of Flagg Coal #75 lets her stretch her legs a little for the photo run-by!

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The Flagg Coal #75 struts her stuff on the photo run-by as Tanya gives us photographers a wave!

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Another part of our photographer line-up for the photo run-by of our train.

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Part of our photographer line-up for the photo run-by of our train. Also visible is fellow ALRails member Jeremy Cole's restored caboose. Nice!

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Donnie is just "cooling it" as the train rolls past!

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As the train rolls past on the photo run-by, Tanya learns more about the Flagg Coal #75 from the crew.

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Fellow ALRails member Ken Smith has a good eye on us as we roll back in to the Calera station.

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Cue the smoke screen so we can "sneak" in to the station unnoticed! Okay, so it was just the crew doing the boiler blowdown on the #75. :)

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Friends and fellow railfans, "Iron-Dale Burns" and Greg Owings with his son (and an unknown fan in the middle) "shoot" us as the crew gets ready to do the boiler blow down.

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More steam fans shoot as we ease back in to the Calera station.

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This neat little pavilion was set up next to the station and featured some history of the Flagg Coal #75.

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Here is our train today for the Hiwassee River Rails Adventure as seen in Etowah, TN.

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The power for our Hiwassee River Rails Adventure train runs around the train just north of Copperhill, TN.

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After running around our train, the power for the Hiwassee River Rails Adventure train couples up and prepares to shove the train the rest of the way in to Copperhill, TN.

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When we arrived in Copperhill, TN, the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway train was in town, having come up from the south.

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Here is a close up of the GNRR power on the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway train in Copperhill, TN.

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Riders file off the Hiwassee River Rails Adventure train in Copperhill, TN.

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While preparing to depart Copperhill, TN, here is a shot of our power for the Hiwassee River Rails Adventure train.

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Here is a pair of Alco switchers on display at the Huntsville Depot Museum. The rear unit appears to be of U.S. Steel heritage.

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Here is an overall shot of the depot at Cowan, TN that shows the short train out front.

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This 2-4-2 is on display as well as an L&N flat car and a caboose to make up a short train in front of the museum at Cowan, TN.

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One of the Heart of Dixie Railroad Museum's switchers is lettered as the "Calera and Shelby". This unit looks like it might be an SW8, but I am not sure. Isn't this a handsome looking unit?

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A photo of one of the Heart of Dixie Railroad Museum's switchers.

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