Southern Railway (U.S.)
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Cross stitch needle-work depictions of historic sites in Knoxville, created by the Knoxville Chapter, Embroiderers’ Guild of America.
Seven Knoxville designs in cross stitch done by Margaret Reagan from projects created by the Knoxville Chapter, Embroiderers’ Guild of America. Included are the L & N Station, the Knox County Court House, the Southern Railway Station, Blount Mansion, Hopecote, the Market House, and the Westmoreland Waterwheel.
Photograph of Master Mechanics Office, Southern Railway, Knoxville, Tenn.(1940)
SPC 2017.010.001a Southern Ry Co. Painters and Helpers. Knoxville, Tenn. April 27, 1905. W.K. Brother (written on back). Sepia. 4.5 x 7” mounted on board. 1 pc.
Southern Railway ledger (employee records) book, 1900-1902. Handwritten Mss. 1 vol. Folio, covers missing. Index of names and employee records. Includes promotions, dismissals, etc. Several main train wrecks noted, including New Market, Tenn., and McCarty’s. Other locations mentioned include Knoxville, Bristol, Atlanta and Asheville. 572 pp. (damage on back pages).
Small handwritten notebook with entries for seniority lists for: East Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia Railroad conductors, 1865-1948; train dispatchers; call boys; 1865 to 1948 seniority list of railroad conductors; 1892-1948 seniority list of road trainmen. Entry at front of notebook reads: “1865 to 1948 Seniority List Road Conductors and Trainmen, Knoxville Division, Southern Ry.” 1 vol.