The General is at the N&W shops.
The General is hauling a special train.
The General pulling a special steam excursion.
In March 1962, the General sat for a formal portrait on this trestle.
The General is passing a freight yard.
At Chicago, the General helped salute the 25,000th diesel locomotive produced by EMD.
The General is Heading to Chicago.
The General arriving at Chicago, Illinois.
The general is leaving Chicago while a C&O F3 diesel engine sits on the next track.
The engineer and fireman climbing in the locomotive.
The General as seen in old film footage.
The General is going to take on water by a local fire department.
The General with its special vintage passenger coach.
The general is under restoration by the Louisville & Nashville Railroad.
The General is at the National Railroad Museum.
The General at Green Bay, Wisconsin.
The General at Louisville, Kentucky.
The General at the 1948 Railroad Fair in Chicago, Illinois.
The General at Big Shanty, Georgia, April 14, 1962. At left, Ernest Vandiver, Governor of Georgia, and at right, William H. Kendall, President, Louisville & Nashville Railroad.
The General is passing the GM Tower in the Lexington yard.
The General on display in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
The General is loaded on a piggyback flat car.
The general is being Moved In Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History in 1972.
The General is at the dedication of N&W No. 611 at Wasena Park in Roanoke, VA in 1963.
The locomotive is restored to her 1892 appearance.
The General is on display at the Atlanta Exposition of 1895.
The General after the Raid on Atlanta in 1863.
An artist's rendering of the general at Big Shanty.
Western & Atlantic RR, with Coach at Woodside Station, Eastbound to 1964-65 NY World's Fair 05/30/1964.
The General's 100th anniversary visit to Gettysburg.
The cabview in the locomotive.
The numberboard of the locomotive.
The nameplate of the locomotive.
The locomotive is making a trial run while running backwards.
The General comes home to Kennesaw, GA.
The General crossing a bridge.
The general on static display.
The General right 3/4 view.
the frontview of the locomotive.
The General left 3/4 view.
The General is being loaded on a flatcar.
The General was test fired, and operated under its own power.
The Top View of the locomotive.
The General left 3/4 view V2.
The Backview of the locomotive.
The General front view V2.
The Engineer is Oiling the Locomotive.
The General's Firebox door.
The General's water valves.
The Engine's Whistlecord.
The rope that rings the bell.
The General's steam gauge.
The General engine 3/4 view.
The General's nameplate, and boiler.
The General's smokestack, bell, and nameplate.
The Top View of the locomotive (V2).
The General meets N&W No. 611.
The General comes out of a Tunnel.
The General is decorated for Christmas.
The General 4/4 view (V2).
The Right Side of the locomotive
The Backview of the locomotive (V2)
The general is being repainting.
The General sits on display in Ringgold. (This is where the General had ran out of fuel on April 12, 1862 when it was stolen)
The General is in good condition while sitting on static display.
The Wheels of the locomotive
The General Arrives in Kennesaw, Ga in 1962.