Eric & I met Fred & Phyllis
to tour the NC Transportation Museum.
The office of the Transportation
Museum is in an old railroad
The Transportation Museum is on the grounds of the Southern Railway's Spencer Shops, a major steam locomotive repair facility. There's a lot to see in the four exhibit buildings.
Our tour started with
the simplest vehicles made
in this country.
This 1860s bicycle was known
as a boneshaker.
This wagon was made by the
George E. Nissen Co., Salem, NC
in the 1890s.
It was used to haul goods.
This Brewster Carriage was made in
New York, N.Y.
Referred to as a landau, it was used
by the more affluent for driving
This Top Buggy was made by
Golden Eagle Buggy Co, in
This carriage was popular in