A local with GP38-2 #5107 at the head rolls through the pouring rain towards Richfield
A unique scene of vintage railroading share the spotlight at Spencer, NC...many of these locomotives never shared trackage when they were in service.
Railfans jump out of their cars to photograph UP 844 rolling over the elevated trestle heading east out of St. Louis.
Railfan ponders the immensity of a steam locomotive.
Shay locomotive on a caboose special waits in the yard.
Southern 6900 sits pretty at the NC Transportation Museum roundhouse at Spencer, NC.
The autumn silence is shattered as WMSR 734 pours on the steam approaching Brush tunnel as the sun breaks through the clouds.
After detaching from the front of the train, GWR tank #7754 uncouples to reverse the train.
Young railfan looks out in awe as the GSMR GP9 rolls out over the bridge.
Railroading in Western Carolina may have looked not too different than this 100 years ago.
A pair of sole-surviving units catch up on old times at the Spencer roundhouse...one local, one from a long ways away.
Southern 6900 turns on the roundtable prior to being put away for the evening.
In a scene that could have played out seventy years ago, two inquisitive children are dwarfed by the huge behemoth reversing into the yard.
FP7 pulls a heavyweight passenger train at the NC Transportation Museum.
Ben at the throttle of #3309, switching tank cars on a warm spring afternoon.