N&W 620 basks in sun coupled to some coaches in the yard at the North Carolina Transportation Museum.
N&W 620 rests at the NCTM.
Looking like a new HO scale model right out of the box, recently painted N&W GP9 620, poses with restored freight cars for a night photo shoot at the North Carolina Transportation Museum. 620 was ... (more)
As the 1950 built N&W 4-8-4 #611 arrives into the NCTM after a deadhead move from Roanoke, 1958 built N&W GP9 #620 waits to pull north of the switch at Hatley and take the cars off of 611's consis... (more)
Ex N&W GP9 No. 620 rests beside the Barber, NC depot, waiting for another day to arrive for more passengers. 620 is one of only a few remaining locomotives that wore every paint scheme N&W ever ha... (more)
"It ain't prototype". Yeah, but it's pretty. This late model GP9 is great looking in passenger colors, which it did not wear in service. N&W as it should have been I like to think.
A Tuscan red Geep races along with a hot N&W passenger train...at 10MPH on the museum's short train ride.
During the evening photo shoot of the Norfolk Southern Family Portrait of heritage locomotives 2 of Norfolk & Western's family pose side by side beside locomotive 8103 painted up for the N&W
The Norfolk & Western passenger excursion makes it's way to the Old Yard.
Two old timers sit off to the side as the big Heritage show begins.
This NW locomotive leads a passenger train around NCTM for the annual Rail Days event that attracts over thousands of railfans, family, and friends.
"History at Rest" NW 620 takes a break after a long day of excursions.
It takes all this and more to keep the North Carolina Transportation Museum up and running.