Basking in the warm late Spring sun, ACL 1031 and SAL 544 appear to stand waiting for that next call that will likely never come. On quiet days like this, when the shops are still and visitors are... (more)
Engineer Lane Baker concentrates on his duties as he guides the passenger train around the property on a cold, rainy winter weekend.
611 pulls out of the NCTM lead on it's victory run to Roanoke following the restoration. P88 with intermodal from Charlotte makes an appearance on Track 1. A throng of railfans just north of her... (more)
N&W 620 rests at the NCTM.
Steam Stop. I took this shot at a nighttime photo shoot organized by the NC Transportation Museum. It was extremely well done. One of the good things about an organized photos shoot there ... (more)
The days leading up to "Streamliners at Spencer" provided all sorts of colorful, wild, and unconventional locomotive consists. Such is the case here, as Southern 6900 retrieved Union Pac... (more)
SAL 544 and SR 542 in the Roundhouse permanently waiting for the call.
Really honoring First Responders. A lot of lip service is paid to honoring Our First Responders and Military when there is a crisis, but what about saying thanks all the time? CSXT 911 (Spirit Of... (more)
All in a row...Southern 542 2-8-0, Seaboard Air Line 544 2-10-0, Atlantic Coast Line 1031 4-6-0, and N&W 611 4-8-4, at the North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer.
The gentleman who is getting to be an "At the throttle engineer" is sure getting his money's worth as the Norfolk and Western J pours out the smoke and makes a lot of noise at the North ... (more)
N&W J 611 cab hop rolls down the track during the celebration program at the North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer.
Some of the colorful "noses" at the Steamliners at Spencer event. To see all these beautiful E and F units together under the lights was quite spectacular.
NS 911, which had brought several coaches for use on 611's upcoming excursion train, sits on display at Spencer, just a few days after receiving its special paint job.
Southern Railway EMD FP7 #6133 sitting in the North Carolina Transportation Museum yard. The locomotive had just been dropped off by Norfolk Southern after being overhauled at the Ohio Centeral Ra... (more)