The DL&W A-B-A guides the day's freight down the museum's mainline. The UP E has come off the passenger train and is headed to the turntable.
Lackawanna F3A 664 with F3B 664B and F3A 663 sit outside Barber Station at the Spencer Streamliners event. The B unit is a former CNJ unit and is the last F3B in existence, the two F3's are the la... (more)
Framed by a roundhouse door opening at the North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer, North Carolina, the Antrhacite Railroad Historical Society's Delaware, Lackawanna & Western F3A #664 idl... (more)
One of the older locomotives at Spencer was C&O 8016, which was originally built as Clinchfield 800 in 1948. Here it rides the turntable alongside FT 103.
The A-B-A set of Lackawanna engines has tied down for the afternoon after running a special freight during the Streamliners at Spencer event.
DLW F units making a few trips around the Spencer shops
NCTM operating crew watches for back up signal to re-spot their covered wagon on the display track at the roundhouse at the Streamliners at Spencer event during Saturday's activities.
The Lackawanna waiting at the roundhouse for a spin on the turntable at the Streamliner event in Spencer, NC.
A DL&W F3A WABASH F7 and Southern FP7 pose for some night shots at the "Streamliners at Spencer" event.
A DL&W A-B-A set stops at the semaphore at Barber Station at the "Streamliners at Spencer" event.
A beautiful A-B-A lashup sits next to the depot during a night photo session at the "Streamliners at Spencer" event.
Setting up for a nighttime photo shoot, DLW F3 #664 poses in-front of the NCTM depot.
Shortly after being dropped off for NS, the DL RS3s and Lackawanna F's make a nice side by side at Slateford Jct. Also of note, the F3's are former BAR units and so is the first boxcar they are ... (more)
DLW 664 leads a photo freight by the flue shop at Spencer.