Around the Table at Spencer—Diesels Dressed in Colors.

Afternoon at the North Carolina Transportation Museum, May 29, 2014.

I was keeping the Lumix busy this afternoon. The sun was elusive at times. But the selection of locomotives proved colorful.

Lumix LX-7 view of diesels at Spencer, North Carolina.
Lumix LX-7 view of diesels at Spencer, North Carolina.
Nickel Plate Road painted Alco PA at Spencer. Lumix LX-7 photo.
Nickel Plate Road painted Alco PA at Spencer. Lumix LX-7 photo.
A virtual sea of photographers at Spencer, all waiting for that perfect moment.
A virtual sea of photographers at Spencer, all waiting for that perfect moment.
A magnificent collection of fallen flags (and NS).
A magnificent collection of fallen flags (and NS).
The Burlington E5A goes for a spin. Lumix LX-7 photo.
The Burlington E5A goes for a spin. Lumix LX-7 photo.
The New Haven FL9's spin on the table went virtually undocumented, as all eyes were on Union Pacific's E9A.
The New Haven FL9’s spin on the table went virtually undocumented, as all eyes were on Union Pacific’s E9A.
Wings.
Wings.
General Motor's grand daddy of Fs with its kin.
General Motor’s grand daddy of Fs with its kin.

Tracking the Light posts new material everyday!

More on Spencer over the next few days!

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