Nashville, Chattanooga, and St. Louis Railway; Steamboats; Guntersville (Ala.)
Postcard of the Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Railway at Guntersville Landing in 1895. The postcard features: Packet Boat "Hattie McDaniels (on the left), Steamer "Huntsville" (in the center), Steamer "Guntersville" (on the right).
Photograph of the steamer "Decatur No. 1." Brantley note - Decatur No. 1 and her biggest tow, leaving Decatur for Paducah and Louisville, Kentucky in 1932. John L. Buchanan of Decatur, retired was Pilot.
Photograph of the steamer "Guntersville" acting as the Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis railway's train and transfer boat at Guntersville, Alabama transfering passengers, and loaded freight cars, 22 miles to Hobbs Island, near Huntsville, in...
Photograph of the Tennessee River steamer "James N. Trigg." Brantley note - This is a rare print. The boat was lost in a hurricane. Captain Buchanan of Decatur who was pilot on the "Decatur No. 1" rescued the survivors.