After a day of excursion trips around the museum, Southern Railway GP30 #2601 has parked its train of Norfolk Southern excursion cars beside the old fuel pit at the former Spencer Shops. This unit... (more)
The C&O 8016 is the last holdout from the wildly successful "Streamliners at Spencer" gathering from last summer. It is currently sitting in the Bob Julian Roundhouse beside the Graham C... (more)
The railroad scene in Salisbury is currently in a transition phase from the old classic Southern Railway signaling into the more modern and generic "Darth Vaders". NS 156 can be seen rol... (more)
After completing their work, NS P60 rolls through East Statesville in beautiful golden light with an endangered high hood GP38-2 on the point.
A cool CITX SD45 flared body leads a westbound freight through the Iron Triangle on a beautiful summer's eve.
Q501 starts to make the turn from the Garrett Sub to the Toledo Sub with a Santa Fe warbonnet Dash 9 leading a mixed collection of CSX power.
A solid set of Union Pacific power leads NS train 153 through the snowy former mill town of Kannapolis, NC.
A colorful set of Union Pacific, former Union Pacific, and Norfolk Southern power swing NS 213 through the curve at China Grove.
NS 119 barrels through the single track at Landis. The double track construction is in full swing for the stretch between South Salisbury and Kannapolis. As evidenced by the new signals in the dis... (more)
A camp car train pulls onto the westbound main at Church Street for room to get a signal to put their train away in the Old Yard.
A shiny new BNSF unit leads southbound pigs past various types of MOW equipment stored on the house track at Salisbury.
NS P61 starts their trip west on the Asheville District with an old high hood on the point.
After waiting for traffic to clear, two EMDs lead Q506 out of the east siding at Deshler on their way north to Toledo.
Q636 rolls under the classic C&O cantilever at the "88 Crossovers" on their way to Walbridge Yard.
Two venerable SD40-2s lead Q241 under the B&O signals at the Deshler Reservoir on the trip south down the Toledo Sub.