Seaboard Air Line No. 75 has just reached the crest of the hill as the merchandise train works into Apex, NC in April 1967.
"Can you tell me the price on that locomotive?" Part of the Spencer Roundhouse became a temporary gift shop for happy customers during the Streamliners at Spencer event.
The North Carolina Transportation Museum held its Spring Kick-off on March 15th 2014. A few hanger queens including SAL Russian Decapod 544 got to see a little sunshine for a change.
"Through the Heart of the South": I really loved that slogan, although I rarely got to see the Seaboard Air Line in person. In August 1966, though, I was able to photograph train 34, the northboun... (more)
Seaboard Air Line passenger, mail, and express train No. 3 is approaching Harrington St. as it departs Raleigh in July 1966. E7A 3040 is fitted with aluminum sides (as was E7A 3041 which was simi... (more)
Seaboards' only E9, 3060 is in charge of passenger, mail, and express train No. 3 leaving Raleigh, NC in March 1966.
Built in 1934 at the Bessemer shops of Pullman Standard, this B6 boxcar based on the American Railroad Association design and is notable for being the first all steel 40 foot boxcar built for the ... (more)
Seaboard Air Line GP7 1700 idles at the diesel shop in Hamlet NC.
Seaboard Air Line piggyback train TT-23 is rolling through the now suburban community of Raleigh, NC known as Millbrook. 3 GP-40's are in charge of the "trailer train" today which Seaboard operat... (more)
Seaboard Work Extra 1769 has the (original) Norfolk Southern derrick No. 900 and wrecker outfit in tow approaching Apex, NC. Several hours earlier, just south of this location, Seaboard train No.... (more)
Seaboard train No. 3 is working the passenger station at Raleigh, NC led by E7A 3017 in August, 1966.
While Amtrak's Silver Star passes by each day, it doesn't stop at Union Station in the town of Aberdeen, North Carolina. This nicely maintained depot was built around 1900. The Victorian-... (more)
The former Southern Railway roundhouse in Spencer now houses one of the best preserved collections of railroad equipment in the nation.
A little worse for the wear, but that makes the B&W so much better. A Secret City Scenic Easter Bunny train.