Photos from SARM excursion on

Knoxville & Holston River Railroad

On March 25, 2001, almost 100 riders from around the country rode a rare-mileage trip in Knoxville, Tennessee. The K&HR train is seen passing under the CSX Tennessee River bridge.

Among the highlights of the trip was a photo runby at the Holston River bridge east of Knoxville.

During the runby the gravel beach was lined with photographers.

K&HR 2318 passes the many parked trailers at a Tennessee river boat ramp.

On the last leg of the trip, K&HR 2318 pulled the train for a runby at an old marble quarry from which much of the stone went to build Washington, DC, federal buildings.

Photos this page by Barton Jennings and Sarah Jennings

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This page last revised: November 29, 2001

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