NS P61 attacks the hill with a 3-pack of General Motors products and 85 cars in tow- most of them loads. Three 645s screamin' to high heaven sure ain't a bad way to start a Monday.
PRR 5809 poses by the restored Barber Junction Station built in 1898. This station was moved to the North Carolina Transportation Museum in 1980.
NS 213 glides by Five Row after a quick crew change at Farmer's Crossing with an Ex. Union Pacific 90MAC leading. With many of these units in storage and several already rebuilt into SD70ACUs, it... (more)
NS 213 by Five Row.
P61 crawls up the hill with another heavy train. This time, they managed to make the run without sand. 3515 is an Ex. Burlington Northern unit, and I must say that the headlight in the nose looks ... (more)
With a heavy 80-car train in tow, NS P61 roars up the hill behind an admiral-cab SD40-2. Notch 8 n' sand, as they say.
P99 flies southbound with a "rocket train".
A participant in the Great Locomotive Chase during the Civil War, Western & Atlantic locomotive 'Texas' is at the NCTM for a cosmetic restoration and research. At the conclusion of the restoration... (more)
Lehigh Valley Coal Co. #126 reversing at the North Carolina Transportation Museum. Behind the throttle, Mr. Henry Martin.
NS P61 screams up the hill past Five Row with a hefty train in tow, leaving a cloud of sand in its wake.
NS PL05 shoves a string of cars to Linwood Yard.
NS P99 picks up speed from its stop in Linwood yard for a crew change.
Ex Missouri Kansas and Texas Coach J. Pinckney Henderson has been rebuilt into a luxury private railcar. Today it rests at the Spencer museum awaiting its next charter. IN the background is the te... (more)
Flanked by Southern GP30 #2601 and FP7 #6133.
Southern Railway EMD GP30 #2601 pulling the on site train ride at the north carolina transportation museum.