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ATLANTA CHAPTER

NATIONAL RAILWAY HISTORICAL SOCIETY

 

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The following back Issues of Atlanta Chapter NRHS Calendars Available

Thanks to your support the calendars for the following years are sold out: 1991, 1994, 1995, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000

Each calendar is $5.00

 

2012 - The photographs in this edition of our calender are of steam locomotives that could be found working in Georgia when steam was still in regular service. These shots are from the early 1930's to the early 1950's and range from short line to main line operations. The skills of Hugh M. Comer; John B. Allen; Shelby F. Lowe; W.H. Thrall, Jr.; Robert J. Foster; and Frank E. Ardrey, Jr. are exhibited here.

All of the photographs contained in this edition are from the collection of Robert H. Hanson. The Atlanta Chapter, N.R.H.S. expresses our thanks to Bob Hanson for making his collection available to us. Mr. Hanson is a veteran railroader, rail historian, and published author.

2011 - The photographs in this edition of our calender are of steam locomotives that could be found working in Georgia when steam was still in regular service. These shots are from the early 1930's to the early 1950's and range from short line to main line operations. The skills of Hugh M. Comer; John B. Allen; Shelby F. Lowe; W.H. Thrall, Jr.; Robert J. Foster; and Frank E. Ardrey, Jr. are exhibited here.

All of the photographs contained in this edition are from the collection of Robert H. Hanson. The Atlanta Chapter, N.R.H.S. expresses our thanks to Bob Hanson for making his collection available to us. Mr. Hanson is a veteran railroader, rail historian, and published author.

2010 - The 2010 calendar is a celebration of the 100th birthday of S&A 750. She was built in 1910 by American Locomotive Company (ALCO) for the Key West Extension of the Florida East Coast Railway. 750 is a light Pacific (4-6-2) with 69 inch driving wheels. Originally numbered 80 for the FEC, she was sold to the Savannah and Atlanta Railway in 1935 when the FEC replaced her and her sisters with larger power. She was renumbered, rebuilt and released as 750. She lasted on the S&A until 1962 when the Central of Georgia assumed operation of the S&A.

The Atlanta Chapter of the NRHS was the recipient of the donation and began operating her out of Atlanta on excursions. From the mid-60's through 1973 she operated in the Southern's steam excursion program. Rebuilt in 1983 by Norfolk Southern in Birmingham, AL, she was last in service with the New Georgia Railroad (excursions) during the 1980's. She is now on display at the Southeastern Railway Museum in Duluth, Georgia.

This calendar is a tribute to a lady we all love, S&A 750, who turns the big 100 this year.

Pictures courtesy of: David Johnson, Frank Greene, John Parker, Dale Grice and Ben Roberts.

2009 - The 2009 calendar includes 15 different black and white photographs of steam locomotives from the collections of Frank and Jason Greene. The theme is "Steam after Retirement." This year we find steam running in excursion and tourist operations throughout the South. Examples are from Georgia, Alabama, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. Steam locomotives representative of Southern, Texas & Pacific, Canadian Pacific, Chesapeake & Ohio and more.

2008 - A total of fifteen (15) different black and white action photographs of steam locomotives, taken from the collection of Frank Ardrey, are shown for each month and on the covers of the Calendar. Locomotives of the following railroads are shown: Seaboard Air Line; Alabama Central; Atlanta, Birmingham & Coast; Forest Products Chemical Company; Kentucky & Tennessee; Florida East Coast; Louisville & Nashville; Gulf, Mobile & Ohio; Flovilla & Indian Springs; East Tennessee & Western North Carolina; Central Lumber Company; Brimstone Railroad; Turner Timber Company; Southern Railway; St. Louis & San Francisco  

2007 - Atlantic Coast Line 7226  (2-8-2) with 2012 (2-10-2), Savannah & Atlanta 752 (4-6-2), Central of Georgia 663 (2-8-2), Southern Railway 5064 (2-10-2), Clinchfield Railroad 660 (4-6-6-4) with 418 (2-8-2), Louisville & Nashville 1347 (2-8-0), Georgia Road 135 (4-6-0), Central of Georgia 708 (2-10-2), Gainesville Midland 112 (2-8-0), Georgia Road 501 (2-8-2), Mississippi Central 131 (2-8-2), Louisville & Nashville 1216 (2-8-0), Southern Railway 5066 (2-10-2), Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis 624 (2-8-2)

 

2006 - West Railway of Alabama 190 (4-6-2), Southern Railway 4772 (Mikado), Central of Georgia 451 (4-8-4), Central of Georgia 431 (4-6-2), Southern Railway 6626 (Mikado), Florida East Coast 122 (4-8-2), Southern Railway 6613 (Mikado), Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis 534 (4-6-2), Southern Railway 1409 (Ps-4), Central of Georgia 457 (4-8-4), Central of Georgia 473 (4-8-2) 457 (4-8-4), Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis 558 (4-8-2), Central of Georgia 497 (4-8-2), Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis 577 (4-8-2).

 

2005 - Nashville Chattanooga & St. Louis 505 (4-6-2), Louisville & Nashville 257 (462), Southern 1499 (4-8-2), Georgia Railroad 205 (4-6-0), Central of Georgia 453 (4-8-4), Southern 1407 (Ps-4), Southern Macon 4867 (Mikado), Central of Georgia 452 (4-8-4), Central of Georgia 495, Murphy Division N.C. 871 and 862 (2-8-0), Georgia Railroad 159 (4-6-0), Central of Georgia 477 (4-8-2), Central of Georgia 1388 (4-6-2), Southern 1479 (4-8-2), Southern 1463 (4-8-2).

 

2004 - Atlantic Coast Line 1740 (4-6-2), Central of Georgia 452 (4-8-2) 457 (4-8-4) 481 (4-8-2), Georgia Railroad 281 (4-6-2), Louisville & Nashville 1834 (2-8-2) 1884 (2-8-2), Nashville Chattanooga & St. Louis 582 (4-8-4) 587 (4-8-4) 566 (4-8-4) 623 (2-8-2), Southern Railway 1209 (4-6-2) 4887 (2-8-2) 4895 (2-8-2) 6452 (4-6-2) 6635 (2-8-2) and Tallulah Falls 75 (2-8-0).

 

2003 - Atlanta Birmingham and Coast 372 (4-8-2), Atlantic Coast Line 1600 (4-6-2), Central of Georgia 47 (4-8-4) 473 (2-8-2) 707 & 706 (2-10-2), Gainesville Midland 206 (2-10-0), Georgia Northern 130 (4-6-2), Georgia Southwestern & Gulf (4-4-0), Louisville & Nashville 2213 (4-6-2), Macon Dublin & Savannah 110 (4-6-0), Nashville Chattanooga & St. Louis 558 (4-8-2) 623 (2-8-2), Southern Railway 27 (2-8-0) 1460 (4-8-2), and Western of Alabama 181 (4-8-2).


2002
- Seaboard Air Line 3005 (EMD E4), Georgia & Florida 206 (4-6-0), Fairbanks Morse Unit 2, St. Louis - San Francisco 1066 (4-6-4), Seaboard Air Line Centipede 4510 (4-D-D-4), St. Louis - San Francisco 1018 (4-6-2), Seaboard Air Line 2013, Atlanta Birmingham & Coast 79 (4-6-2), Southern Alco DL-108,  Southern 405 (2-8-8-2), Gulf Mobile & Northern 352,  Louisville & Nashville 760 (EMD E7), Tullulah Falls 75 (2-8-0), Southern 4125 (EMD FT A-B-A), Georgia Railroad 455 (2-6-0)


2001
- Atlantic Coast Line 7320 (2-8-2) and 7374 (4-8-2); Central of Georgia 481 (4-8-2) and 776 (2-10-2); Central of Georgia 776 (2-10-2) and unknown (4-8-4); Central of Georgia 775 (2-10-2) and unknown (4-8-4); Gainesville Midland 203 (2-10-0) and 301 (2-8-0); Georgia 323 and 325 (2-8-2); Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis 557 (4-8-2) and 569 (4-8-4); Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis 583 and 581 (4-8-4); Seaboard Air Line 524 and 518 (2-10-0); Seaboard Air Line 260 (2-8-2) and 2499 (2-10-2); Seaboard Air Line 2488 (2-10-2) and 340 (2-8-2); Southern 1263 and unknown (4-6-2); Southern 6625 and 6619 (2-8-2); Southern 1258 and 1313 (2-6-2); Southern 4905 and 4609 (2-8-2)


1996
- Atlantic Coast Line 1663 (4-6-2), 2100 (2-10-2), 1808 (4-8-4); Central of Georgia 455 (4-8-4), 709 (2-10-2); Columbia, Newberry & Laurens 8 (4-6-0); Gainesville Midland 207 (2-10-0); Louisville & Nashville 295 (4-6-2); Norfolk & Western 1218 (2-6-6-4); Seaboard Air Line 2492 (2-10-2); Southern Railway 1481 (4-8-2); Tennessee, Alabama & Georgia 306 (2-8-2); Tallulah Falls 78 (2-8-0); Western of Alabama 190 (4-6-2); Wrightsville & Tennile 221 (2-8-0).


1992
- Atlanta & West Point 261 (4-6-0), 290 (4-6-2); Charleston & Western Carolina 253 (4-6-0); Georgia R.R. 255 (4-6-2); Gulf Mobile & Ohio 377 (4-6-0); Illinois Central 3601 (0-10-0); Interstate R.R. 5 (2-8-0); Savannah & Atlanta 750 (4-6-2); Seaboard Air Line 2502 (2-6-6-4); Southern Rwy. 1509 "Maud" (0-4-4T); 1461 (4-8-2) doubleheading with 1483 (4-8-2); 608 (2-8-0); 5245 (2-10-2) doubleheading with 1462 (4-8-2) on Saluda Grade, N.C.


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