Lehigh Valley Coal Co. #126 reversing at the North Carolina Transportation Museum. Behind the throttle, Mr. Henry Martin.
Amtrak 92 had an extra long consist this morning. The Amtrak Inspection Train, which ran a test run along the Gulf Coast, was in the mix.
The strong northwesterly wind during the ferry move from Roanoke to Spencer frequently masked the 'sunny side' of N&W 611 in her own condensation.
N&W 611 parallels Lees Chapel Rd. in Rudd, NC.
N&W #611 passes rounds the curve southbound through Pelham on its journey to Spencer.
N&W #611 passes through my hometown, Thomasville, on its way to Spencer for annual inspections prior to Spring steam excursions.
AR Engine #300 heads west towards FCI Inc., an agricultural chemical plant, in Raeford, NC to work the industry.
ACWR #600 crosses a bridge in Pinehurst near historic Pinehurst No. 2 Golf Course.
A UP leaders leads NS 349 from Selma back to Linwood.
NS 158 passes through Thomasville on Railfan Day with several railfans capturing photos.
Amtrak P080-14 passes through Thomasville on Railfan Day.
AMTRK passing by the City of Raleigh Water Tower by the N.C. State Fairgrounds.
N&W 611 pulls 21 passenger cars up the Christiansburg Grade through Shawsville, VA. This is one of many S-Curves along the route.
The NS OCS heads north back to Altoona after spending a few days in Spencer for the Streamliners Event.
Lehigh Valley Coal Co. #126 passing under the pedestrian bridge with snow on the ground at the North Carolina Transportation Museum.
Behind the throttle, Mr. Henry Martin.