Another view from the air of the North Carolina Transportation Museum's roundhouse and many of the Streamliners at Spencer locomotives - including the New York & Greenwood Lake's Erie E8A #833 bei... (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)
The Juniata Terminal special crossing the Yadkin River between Linwood Yard and Spencer.
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.
Norfolk Southern 4271 leads a short freight train in this posed shot from Streamliners at Spencer.
There's more to Spencer than just streamliners! Duke Power 0-4-0T No. 111, a 1922 Alco, was generally ignored inside the roundhouse. However, I found it to be a very interesting photo subject.
What do these two locomotives have in common? They were both built as demonstrator locomotives. FT 103 has been restored to its demonstrator configuration, while Soo Line 2500 (ex- EMD 7001) wea... (more)
My personal favorite unit at Spencer, Soo Line 2500, takes a spin on the ex-Southern Railway turntable.
Union Pacific 949 shares the spotlight with Iowa Pacific 515 and Erie 833 during the "Evening of E's" night photo session at Spencer.
The Pennsylvania Railroad E8 and train set pauses at the Barber depot at the North Carolina Transportation Museum as part of the Streamliners at Spencer event.
On the last day of Streamliners at Spencer, C&NW 411 - visiting from the Illinois Railway Museum - takes a spin on the Spencer turntable.
Southern 6133, one of the "host" locomotives at Spencer, poses with B&O 722, C&NW 411, and PAR 1 in beautiful afternoon light during the Streamliners at Spencer event.
Last night of the Night Photo shoots, the Atlantic Coast Line E3 #510 and the Burlington Route E5 9911-A sit next to each other patiently as photographers take lots of photos of this rare treat to... (more)
N&W 611 poses on the South end of the North Carolina Transportation Museum for photographers. 611 is coupled to the NS business cars to recreate the look of the Powhatan Arrow.