Aside from the new units painted in Heritage paint schemes, there were also some actual heritage units in Spencer, North Carolina back in July 2012. All three locomotives were built in the 1950s. ... (more)
Norfolk & Western Railway GP9 620 is shoving past me in this 2009 with a caboose hop around the North Carolina Transportation Museum compound. This vintage GP9 was repainted into N&W black a ew ye... (more)
By the Signals! The N&W 620 passes the NCTM’s signal and crossing guard display on its way to Barber Junction to load the day’s first passenger train run. To the left are some Southern... (more)
High Hood Reversing. Running the day's passenger train, the N&W reverses the train here underneath the old Southern Railway signals on the museum grounds.
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.