As "Streamliners at Spencer" was winding down, the south yard was active while units were being assembled for the trip home.
As "Streamliners at Spencer" was winding down, the NS executive f-units perform a switching move placing the "J-class" 611 on the turntable.
The Illinois Railway Museum's CB&Q 9911A sits over a pit track inside the roundhouse in Spencer. The cab tours were held here in the roundhouse.
The Illinois Railway Museum's C&NW 411 backs towards the south yard to find her passenger train for the day.
Southern Railway 2501 shoves the 103 to the wash rack in early Thursday operations at "Streamliners at Spencer", held at the NCTM.
Not the normal view out the engineer's side... The night shoot is well under way in the south yard. This night the E-units were featured together.
Looking right at home with all the other streamlined units, the 611 is featured on the table.
Looking out of the roundhouse stall at the beautiful slant nose as she waits her turn to spin on the table.
Builder's plates temporarily adorned the sides of the Silver Pilot while she was in Spencer.
RNCX #1755 sits quietly at Spencer, NC while the Magnetic Signal Company Model 11 "Peach Basket" style wig-wag swings its heart out.
The CP Jubilee at Steamtown is looking very run down as it sits tucked away in the yard
Not far from Fox Lake where she used to rest at night, the 37A sits under the stars at Union now.
Not normally together, the BN3 is coupled to BN2. BN1 has the current assignment of pulling the coach train.
The old work horse poses in at IRM.
4014 sits in Pomona on display, the engine is now in Cheyenne being rebuilt