The Norfolk & Western 611 Class J performing excursions at the North Carolina Transportation Museum.
It's the 2018 Big Lick Train Tug! As part of a fundraiser, teams get a shot at seeing how far they can "pull" the 611 in twenty seconds. Incidentally, "Big Lick" is the origina... (more)
Working the Yard. The 611 works around the grounds of the N.C. Transportation Museum. Amateur engineers, who paid for the opportunity, guide the locomotive under the watchful eyes of the 61... (more)
After a successful season of special events and excursions at the North Carolina Transportation Museum, Norfolk and Western J-Class #611 heads for home, as it crosses over the muddy Roanoke River ... (more)
With the auxiliary water tender, 2 tool cars and 3 gondolas in tow, NS 069 storms across the Yadkin River Bridge just north of Spencer, North Carolina behind the Queen of Steam herself, Norfolk an... (more)
The Queen of Steam heads home to a likely retirement at the Virginia Museum of Transportation.
UP 8444 gets a going over at La Grande yard near the station after spending the day handling a passenger special from Portland, OR. Tomorrow the train heads west to Pendleton for their annual Roun... (more)
"Many is the time that we feasted, and many is the time that we fasted. Oh well, it was swell while it lasted. We did have fun, and no harm done! So thanks, for the memories..."
UP 844 Leads the Last Frontier days train South before the incident
Norfolk Western J Class 611 Blows off steam as she prepares to head for to her next photo location. From North Carolina Transportation Museum's night photo session
Norfolk Western J Class 611 begins its run through the grounds of the North Carolina Transportation Museum for a night photoshoot
Pulling the Denver Post Train 844 gets a highball between Greeley and Brighton Colorado heading to Denver