The 1927 "Raleigh" Replica
The "Raleigh" was the first steam locomotive to operate in North Carolina. This replica was built in 1927 by the Seaboard Air Line shops and was donated to th... (more)
Amtrak's Veterans unit posed with the Exhibit Train at the "Streamliners" event at the North Carolina Transportation Museum.
Bennet Levin's Pennsylvania Railroad E8 #5809 makes a late night arrival at Southern's Barber Junction Station in Spencer, NC. The Philadelphia based locomotive was positioned by the relocated 189... (more)
Bob Yuill and Steve Morgan work on reinstalling one of 611's cylinder head covers before her 10:30 trip.
611 and her matching train head into the Barber Junction Station. She was pulling the museum's daily trains for media day.
Doyle McCormack's 1948 Alco built Nickel Plate PA-1 No. 190 poses for photos by the Bob Julian Roundhouse during the NCTM's "Streamliners" event.
The locomotive was originally built for the San... (more)
Union Pacific's 1955 built EMD E9 sits on display by the Bob Julian Roundhouse during the NCTM's "Streamliners" event. This locomotive is one of the select few at the event that were still owned ... (more)
Bennet Levin's Pennsylvania Railroad E8 #5809 makes an arrival at Southern's Barber Junction Station in Spencer, NC. The Philadelphia based locomotive was on display during the NCTM's "Strea... (more)
Doyle McCormack's Nickel Plate Road PA-1 No. 190, originally built in 1948 for the Santa Fe (and later used on the Delaware & Hudson and in Mexico) sits on display by the former Southern roundhous... (more)
N&W Class J 4-8-4 611 stretches its legs on the 1:30pm museum train at the North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer NC
N&W Class J 4-8-4 611 stretches its legs on the 11:30am museum train at the North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer NC
Several cab units soak up the afternoon sunlight as volunteers discuss the next equipment movements as they set up for the evening's night displays.