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During May 29th through June 1st the largest gathering ever of historic 1930s to 1950s era railroad cab units occurred at the North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer, NC. Billed as "Streamliners at Spencer", it was a once in a lifetime event attended by thousands of fans of these sleek locomotives. Many were loaned out by museums for the festival as well as some that are still in daily use by the railroads that own them. On the following pages are a few images from that event including a page of the night sessions that were set up each evening.
Norfolk Southern CEO Wick Moorman holds up the first bolt removed to start the restoration of N&W J class #611.
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