SCL 1058 resting between assignments at Raleigh, NC || September 1971
A pair of Southern GP35s roll through Raleigh, NC in September 1971.
SCL GP7 #950 rests with a F unit by the turntable at Raleigh, NC || May 1971
Moonlit night over Glenwood yard.
A pair of SCL GP7s rest at Raleigh, NC in June 1970
The last Piedmont of the day is waiting for the last of the passengers to disembark from the coaches of PO76 so it can head to the coach yard to be cleaned and ready for another days operation. N... (more)
Seaboard Air Line No. 21, The Silver Star, pauses briefly at Raleigh, NC. Two E8A's and an E7B with a few PRR headend boxcars lead the silver train tonight on it's Florida bound trip.
Dashing through the snow.... The Carolinian rolls through the heavy snow only yards away from the Amtrak Station to pick up weary holiday travelers.
NCDOT's new power is being tested in the lead position today for the first time. 1859 is named and numbered for the City of High Point
It's still awfully quiet on the outskirts of downtown Raleigh before 7am. Quiet, that is, except for the punctual double-shot on the horn and the whine of the locomotive smoothly accelerating it's... (more)
Under the first light of dawn, the crew of the Amtrak/NCDOT "Piedmont" pulls their train out of the yard and down to Boylan Junction. Once past the junction, they will make a reverse move on the f... (more)
The last version of the Baldwin long hood has a boxy look of strength.
Seaboard Coast Line train #9, the Palmland, is seen here southbound at Raleigh, NC in the spring of 1970.
The consist for the outbound Gulf Turn including Baldwin #1616 and three GPs as pictured in this May 1971 scene at Raleigh, NC. NS #1616 is preserved at Spencer, NC.
SCL GP9 #1041 and GP40 #1526 at Raleigh, NC in the summer of 1970.