Spencer's beautiful F-unit is about to depart with another run around the yard and shop complex. A large piece of MOW equipment sits to the right. If anyone could enlighten those such as myself ... (more)
Volunteers are painting the smokebox of the 542. This 1903 built consolidation is undergoing a cosmetic restoration. One look inside the smokebox door, and it's easy to see that this old girl is... (more)
N&W 620 has received some maintenance and is being shuffled back to its stall by the little Duke Power GE critter which makes an interesting contrast to the comparatively large geep on the turntab... (more)
A little Duke Power saddle tank engine sits on display at the NC Transportation museum. This 40 ton ALCO (Cooke) product was built in 1922, sports 38" drivers and 13x20" cylinders with a tractive... (more)
An ACL 4-6-0 and SAL Russian Decapod sit stuffed and mounted in the East Spencer roundhouse. Here's the goods on these two:
SAL 544: Built 1918 by ALCO (Brooks); 52" drivers; 25x28" cylinders; 5... (more)
The NC transport museum's pristine FP7 passes an ex-Amtrak F40 waiting to be restored.
Yard crane that has been used at the Spencer shops for many years.
Sitting at the NC Museum this unit has seen better days.
This little Duke Power critter goes about its switching chores at Spencer.
FP7 6133 makes its rounds at the old Southern complex at Spencer.