N&W Class J 4-8-4 611 pulls the regular museum train on the grounds of the North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer NC.
N&W Class J 4-8-4 611 pulls a photo special on the grounds of the North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer NC.
With the American flag and NC flag flying proudly N&W 611 pulls one of NCTM's museum train by me and a couple of other on lookers.
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)
The Norfolk and Western Class J number 611 pulls the last museum train of the day up the small grade on the North Carolina Transportation Museum grounds.
Norfolk & Western 611 pulls the NCTM's museum train under the retired Southern Railway signals bridge. These old signals once stood as the intermediates known as "Rocky Ridge" in Concord... (more)
The queen of steam 611 breaks the silence of the Bob Julian roundhouse in Spencer as she gets put into her spot for the night.
The last museum train of the day, pulled by Class J 611, rolls past the row of Crape Myrtle trees in full bloom on the NCTM grounds.
The 611 passes through the small town of Delaplane as it makes its way to Front Royal.
A small coal fire smolders deep within the core of N&W 611 in the dead of the night as a day of moving cars to Roanoke approaches in the very near morning.
611 gets turned at put back to her spot at the NCTM in Spencer.
The one thing I have always found interesting about 611 is that bullet shaped looking nose. NW 611 has just completed one of the museum train runs last Saturday 9-10-2016.
What looks like sometime in the 1950s, is actually in 2016. The Southern Railway 6900 stares down the Class J number 611 as she gets put away to her usual spot at the NCTM grounds.
N&W 611 takes during a brief pause between museum train runs. The small American flags are a nice touch as the world remembers the terrible morning of September 11, 2001 some 15 years ago.