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Detouring Southern Railway Passenger Trains -- 3 Photos | Flickr

Hurricane Camille washed out the Tye River Bridge on the Southern mainline causing detours through Front Royal, VA. Roger Puta was there and took these three photos. SOU FP7 6143 with Train 18, the Birmingham Special at Front Royal Jct., Front Royal, VA. Southern Train 17 at right clearing Train 18 on September 7, 1969. That conductor is sure watching that frog..

Southern Railway's train #37/#47, the combined southbound "Crescent"/"Southern" has arrived at Alexandria Union Station (Virginia) on April 29, 1969. Roger Puta photo.

The Crescent was Southern's flagship passenger train that began service in the late 1800s. It retained its original name until 1970.

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Built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1911 for the Southern Railway, the #4501 was the first of its class on that railroad. The wheel arrangement is a 2-8-2, known as a Mikado, which is Japanese for "Emperor" since the first of this type were sold to Japan. #4501 served the Southern until 1948 when the railroad sold the locomotive to the Kentucky & Tennessee Railway and renumbered it to 12.

A classic set of Southern Railway F7's have through freight #154 rolling northbound near Austell, Georgia (about 15 miles west of Atlanta) on May 26, 1956. Shelby Lowe photo.

The Southern Railway was formed through a combination of smaller lines in 1894. In 1982 it helped create today's Norfolk Southern.

Southern Railway,'Battle of Britain Class' 34070 'Manston'

Manston was built at Brighton in 1947 and is normally based at the Swanage Railway. This is the first visit to the West Somerset Railway for the Autumn Gala October 2011. During it's working life it was based at Exmouth Junction and worked across South Somerset and into North Devon.

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The SR USA class were ex-United States Army Transportation Corps S100 Class steam locomotives purchased and adapted by the Southern Railway Isle of Wight Steam Railway.