A Tuscan red Geep races along with a hot N&W passenger train...at 10MPH on the museum's short train ride.
With the motto, "have engine will travel," the father and son Gramling team have brought steam to thousands over the past decade. For the next month, their LVC 0-6-0 will be residing at ... (more)
This is the current state of the fast moving Fire Up 611 campaign. The superheater unit is back in and the boiler has passed its hydrostatic test. As evidenced in this shot, clearly the Southern r... (more)
NC Transportation Museum Roundhouse
This is a detail shot of the number plate on the front of Graham County Railroad shay number 1925, which currently resides at the NC Transportation Museum in Spencer, NC.
The face of Southern Railway 2-8-0 number 542, which currently resides at the NC Transportation Museum in Spencer, NC.
Norfolk Southern 1616 rests in the roundhouse next to the last of the foreign power from the Streamliners event, C&O 8016.
Old and new on display - a wig-wag signal is manually activated as an NCDOT train sits nearby.
Many photographers were having exposure difficulty with brilliantly painted PA1 at the "Streamliners at Spencer" night photo shoot, especially while trying to compensate for a black loco... (more)
The stainless steel streamliner is distinctive among all the other painted sisters at this historic event.
The MLW(Alco) unit puts on a smoky show pulling a short freight at the Streamliners event.
Two old timers sit off to the side as the big Heritage show begins.
NS 1616 posed on a photo freight at the NC Transportation Museum.
Another day on the Southern comes to a close under stormy skies.