Thunderstorms begin to build around the Spencer Roundhouse as a colorful assortment of beautiful streamliners bask in the sun. Thankfully, the storms stayed away and the event was fantastic.
Doyles handsome PA poses at Barber Jct at 'the blue hour'.
An aerial shot of the turn table at the North Carolina Transportation Museum finds the Alco PA-1 and a couple other streamliners basking in the afternoon sun.
The extremely rare Alco PA-1 poses in front of Barber Junction Depot under the twilight sky.
The Nickel Plate Alco PA-1 reflects in a water pool left from the night rain storm.
The NKP 190 and Reading 284 look on as Amtrak takes a spin on the turntable.
Doyle and the 190 at Spencer Shops.
The positioning moves were as noteworthy as the event itself. The famed PA-1 is moved to the Barber Junction Depot by an FPA-4 with the golden sunset.
Ms. Julianna Moats, a railway engineer (as in the engineering department) poses in retro dress with Doyle MacCormack's restored Alco PA.
Some of the colorful "noses" at the Steamliners at Spencer event.
Doyle McCormack's Nickel Plate PA-1 sits next to Barber Station at Spencer during the Streamliner event.