I recently drove to Spencer, NC to visit the North Carolina Museum of Transportation. I am so glad I did, because it’s full of photo opportunities, plus I got to ride a train…a “real” train too. But, lets save that story for another post later on. The museum exhibits are located in various early 20th Century buildings spread out over an area known as the “Spencer Shops” where steam and later diesel train engines and cars were serviced and repaired. There is a large “round house” which is full of historic train engines and cars. But, the area I saw first was the visitor’s center located in a renovated early-1900’s train depot. I wanted to position myself such that the images I made would look as they might have during that period of time. Enjoy!