The beast under the beauty. Visitors to the NCTM get a unique view of 611 as it gets torn down and rebuilt into it's former glory.
The resident GG1s of Cooperstown Junction continue to sit, hidden away in the woods of upstate New York.
A new addition to the Avery County Museum, ET&WNC caboose 505. After being used as a fishing cabin for many years it was decided that the relic's proper home would be next to the former Linville d... (more)
Crews hustle around the locomotives at the Streamliners event, getting them all moved to their proper places for showcasing throughout the day.
Southern 6900 and Atlantic Coast Line 501 were parked just far enough back in the roundhouse that one could finally fit both these beauties in one shot.
Norfolk Southern 1616 rests in the roundhouse next to the last of the foreign power from the Streamliners event, C&O 8016.
The Norfolk and Western J Class is the largest steam locomotive to ever grace the Spencer Shops turntable. The giant engine barely fits with it overhanging at both ends.
As part of the Abraham Lincoln Funeral Train event, the Leviathan takes passengers around Spencer Shops. This little engine was working hard with only two cars behind her.
Newly restored Norfolk and Western 611 begins to creep towards the turntable at Spencer Shops to pose for the gathering crowds.
Southern GP30 2601 leads a short freight past Barber Junction.
NS 4271 makes it's way onto the turntable as other streamliners look on from their stalls.
New Hope Valley 17 gets ready to head another run to New Hill and back during a busy Sunday on the small railroad
Norfolk and Western 611 reverses past the Spencer Shops fuel racks on its way to the turntable for public viewing.
The Leviathan takes a break from its trip around the North Carolina Transportation Museum to take on fuel and let off passengers at the roundhouse, as well as a few photo-ops with the reenactors.
The excitement surrounding Norfolk and Western 611 as seen from a Gandy Dancer on the other side of the Spencer Shops roundhouse.