In a scene that could have occurred in many places up and down the eastern seaboard during the 1940s, SAL "Decapod" 544 poses on the point of a short local freight as a passenger train s... (more)
NC Transportation Museum Roundhouse
Representing two of the southeast's largest railroads, Seaboard Air Line 2-10-0 544 is displayed inside the Robert Julian Roundhouse alongside Atlantic Coast Line E6 501. In 1967 these one-time r... (more)
"Can you tell me the price on that locomotive?" Part of the Spencer Roundhouse became a temporary gift shop for happy customers during the Streamliners at Spencer event.
The North Carolina Transportation Museum held its Spring Kick-off on March 15th 2014. A few hanger queens including SAL Russian Decapod 544 got to see a little sunshine for a change.
The former Southern Railway roundhouse in Spencer now houses one of the best preserved collections of railroad equipment in the nation.
The engineer on SAL 544 cleans the headlight before his departure. A special thanks to the fine folks at NCTM and REP Productions for hosting this shoot!
Seaboard 544 prepares to pull of the turntable and into its roundhouse stall after another long day of work. The loco later served on the Gainesville Midland until 1959, when the SAL bought the GM... (more)
The engineer on the 544 rings the bell as he enter the roundhouse. Thanks to the NCTM for making this possible.
After bringing in the tired 544 from a long run into the roundhouse to be serviced. The yard enginer talks to one of the roundhosue crew members about the tasks that need to be done to the engine ... (more)
SAL 2-10-0 544 sits with SOU 2-8-0 542 inside the roundhouse.