Not the normal view out the engineer's side... The night shoot is well under way in the south yard. This night the E-units were featured together.
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)
F7A's C&O 8016 and B&O 722 pose with PRR E8A 5711 at the former Southern Railway Spencer Shops in Spencer, NC for the Streamliners at Spencer event. If you look real close on the Pennsy E unit, yo... (more)
One of the best seats in the house. The gentleman at the controls of the Spencer Roundhouse turntable takes CNW 411 for a spin. It is a tough job, but someone has to do it! Hats off to the staff ... (more)
Doyles handsome PA poses at Barber Jct at 'the blue hour'.
Looking right at home with all the other streamlined units, the 611 is featured on the table.
As folks ooh and ah over the diesels, the locomotive that started my railroad obsession soaks in the morning sun. Thankfully by the end of the NS Steam Program in 1994 I had logged almost 1500 mil... (more)
Looking out of the roundhouse stall at the beautiful slant nose as she waits her turn to spin on the table.
Builder's plates temporarily adorned the sides of the Silver Pilot while she was in Spencer.
A slightly different perspective of the Bob Julian Roundhouse shows an assortment of fourteen cab units surrounding the turntable during the morning of day three at Streamliners at Spencer.... (more)
A CN-painted FPA4 leads the short photo freight back and forth a few times on the museum's bit of track during the "Streamliners at Spencer" event. As you can see here, the event drew plenty.
N&W J 611, Southern 6133 and Pennsy 5711 at the Friday night photo session during the Streamliners at Spencer event.
411 is usually in charge of bilevels at IRM, but today, a few coaches bearing the C&NW lettering are in tow at NCTM.
An almost angelic presence of railroaders past keeps an eye over the Streamliner Event. Look at the middle window pane, second row from top. Did not notice until I enlarged the image on my PC.