NS 76K has yarded his train and unloading operations have begun like it has been countless times before. Built in 1926 and decommissioned in 2011. 99% of this scene is now gone with new natural ga... (more)
Lightning in the Air! As periodic lightning flashes in the distance illuminate the sky, the N&W 611 rests at the depot at the N.C. Transportation Museum while some actors serve to provide ... (more)
The purple slant nosed E3A sits in morning light.
Being a new engineer has its stresses. There is a lot to look and listen for and learn to feel while managing the demands of the crew's directions. Additionally, older locomotives have their own q... (more)
The Pennsy E8A during the blue hour.
Erie E8A and Union Pacific 949 are positioned for the evenings photo shoot.
The big NKP PA takes its spin on the turntable at the Streamliners event at NCTM.
The PRR 5809 poses with a passenger train at the restored Barber Junction station at the North Carolina Transportation Museum.
The "Slant Noses" side by side. One of the better parts of the Streamliners event for me, was the to EMC E-units being together. Here the ACL 501 and the CB&Q 9911-A are posed for the ... (more)
The ABA set of Delaware Lackawanna and Western F-units are featured in the night shoot at the Barber Junction Station at the North Carolina Transportation Museum during the "Streamliners at S... (more)
Well into the "blue hour", the night photo session was just getting underway. Here the Wabash 1009 was displayed with flags flying.
Dark rain clouds threaten the crew as they spin the Norfolk Southern First Responder's Training locomotive on the turntable at Spencer, NC to get it put away before the next rain deluge.
Half of the demonstrator set that started it all. Here the EMD 103 shines under the lights at the Streamliners event in Spencer.
Southern GP30 #2601 sits in at the North Carolina Transportation Museum.
The Atlantic Coast Line 1031 a 4-6-0 Ten Wheeler sits inside the old Spencer Shops roundhouse watching the sunset outside the window as it awaits for more crowds of onlookers at the NCTM.