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The BC&G 2-8-0 No. 4 Will Return To West Virgina For Repair and Restoration
The Easter Bunny Express Rolls Out March 28-29 and April 3-4
You Or Your Loved One Can Take the Reins of the Iron Horse at the N.C. Transportation Museum
The Virginia Museum of Transportation and the Fire Up 611! Committee announce an agreement with the North Carolina Transportation Museum & Foundation to house the Norfolk & Western Class J 611 Locomotive during its restoration
A new exhibit gets its official ribbon-cutting dedication at the N.C. Transportation Museum
Autumn Train Excursions Are Traveling To Charlottesville, Va. and Asheville, N.C.
The Go Go Thomas Tour will roll into the N.C. Transportation Museum this September!
This first ever event at the N.C. Transportation Museum promises model railroad memoriabilia for the rail fan enthusiast.
Items from Blackbeard the Pirate's Flagship, the Queen Anne's Revenge, will be displayed.
The museum's traditional "Rail Days" has become the "Museum in Motion" Festival
The Easter Bunny Returns, Starting March 23.
The N.C. Transportation Museum offers 90-minute railroad excursions behind a century old steam locomotive.
The N.C. Transportation Museum offers these unforgettable trips for Spring 2013.
Visitors can run a vintage steam locomotive during this exciting program.
Journey Stories Visits The N.C. Transportation Museum
Winter Fever train rides are offered this December at the N.C. Transportation Museum.
This Saturday, the N.C. Transportation Museum Hosts the Mecklenburg Beauregards Civil War Encampment and Ladies Tea
Excursion Travels Can Enjoy Civil War History and a Great Harvest Festival With Trips Planned to Appomattox, Va. and Toccoa, Ga.
The museum's new Wings, Wheels and Rails Tour Takes Visitors Behind the Scenes!
Thomas rolls out Sept. 21-23 and 28-30 at the N.C. Transportation Museum
Excursion Travelers Can Enjoy Civil War History and a Great Harvest Festival with Trips Planned to Appomattox, Va. and Toccoa, Ga.
Ford and GM Owners Will Showcase Vintage Cars on Back-to-Back Saturdays, Additional Second Saturdays Programming Offered Aug. 11
Historian Andrew Duppstadt explores Civil War naval history and some of the most interesting vessels to take to the water
A detailed schedule of activities July 3 & 4 have been released from Norfolk Southern Railroad and the N.C. Transportation Museum
These special trips are part of the 21st Century Steam program, a collaboration between Norfolk Southern Railway and the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum
These Heritage Units will be gathered for a once in a lifetime photo and viewing opportunity.
The event promises to be an expansion of the museum’s previous Rail Days events, with bigger and better offerings than ever before!
The N.C. Transportation Museum Will Host the 6th Annual Carolina Classic Motorcycle Show and a Thomas Play Date May 12!
The N.C. Transportation Museum’s annual volunteer drive, a pirate themed Membership Day and cool cars will all be on hand this Saturday
The N.C. Transportation will host the filming of a new television show, with steam engine caboose train rides available to the public, Saturday, April 14
Two steam engines will be pulling the N.C. Transportation Museum’s Caboose Train as a special offering April 7 only
Four Full Days of Easter Bunny Express Train Rides will end big with the annual Easter Egg Hunt and a Steam Caboose Train April 7 ONLY
Amtrak is celebrating its 40th Anniversary with a special exhibit train, making a stop at the N.C. Transportation Museum March 17 and 18.
The museum received a visit from Retired Flight Officer Terry C. Bailey Saturday, during the RISE ABOVE Traveling exhibit dedicated to the Tuskegee Airmen.
Appearing Feb. 15-18, this traveling exhibit honors the dedication of the Tuskegee Airmen.
Samuel J. Wegner has been named the new executive director of the N.C. Transportation Museum.
This Photographic Exhibit Relates a Vital Piece of History from the N.C. Outer Banks
Transition Will Take Place Over The Next Two Fiscal Years, Admission Charges To Begin July 1
The Southern Railway #542, after undergoing a full cosmetic restoration, was unveiled in a May 21 Ceremony at the Bob Julian Roundhouse.
Paul Bobo and Cecil Miller, Charter Members of the N.C. Chapter of the Corvair Society of America, Honored During Ceremony
The Carolina Classic Motorcycle Club Show, The Governor’s Highway Safety Program and UNC-TV’s Dinosaur Train themed “Just for Kids Junior Conductor Jamboree” Round Out A Full Day Of Activities.
Steam will again soar over Spencer Shops as the N.C. Transportation Museum hosts the first ever Spring Kick Off, March 19. The museum will welcome the warmer season with a day full of music, food, games for the kids and train rides. One of the museum’s largest and most impressive structures will also be honored during the day’s events.
The Flagg 75 Steam Engine, Steam and Diesel Train Rides, Music, Food, and Games Will Contribute To This First Time Event
Visitors can step back in time "At the Throttle" of the Flagg 75 Steam Locomotive
The N.C. Transportation Museum Seeks Photos
Author Anne Mitchell Whisenant tells the real history of the popular site.
Dedications Included Rail Equipment, A New Exhibit And New Additions To The N.C. Transportation Museum Grounds
N.C. Transportation Museum Provides Invited Guests A Sneak Peak At The New “West Lead” Railroad Track
The Man And His Mules Tell The Story Of A Very Slow Journey Across The Tarheel State
African-American Railroad workers, their toils and their music will be featured in the newest exhibit at the N.C. Transportation Museum
The history of Winston-Salem based Piedmont Airlines will be highlighted, with former Piedmont Captain Bill Wilkerson and documentarian Richard Eller
The North Carolina Transportation Museum Salutes the Ford Model T
Exhibit tells story of segregation and entrepreneurial spirit featuring Artifacts tracing the history of Safe Bus Company
Learn how the shipwreck graveyard of the Atlantic shaped the destiny of the Outer Banks
$2 million will help restore Museum's Power House