See our great collection of steam locomotives on display each day at the N.C. Transportation Museum.
See our display of restored diesel locomotives!
The N.C. Transportation Museum has a great collection of antique and classic automobiles, most of which are available in the Bumper to Bumper exhibit area.
The N.C. Transportation Museum has a full size replica Wright Flyer on long-term loan from the Wright Brothers National Memorial in Kitty Hawk, N.C.
Experience the latest additions to the museum's collection and traveling exhibits that visit the N.C. Transportation Museum. There's always something new to see!
The 37-bay Bob Julian Roundhouse, one of the largest ever constructed, was built in 1924 and is one of the few preserved roundhouses remaining in the country. The building houses about 40 restored locomotives and rail cars.
The Bumper to Bumper exhibit, an impressive collection of antique automobiles ranging from a 1901 White Steam Stanhope to a 1978 Plymouth N.C. Highway Patrol car, traces the evolut...
This exhibit houses items showing all forms of transportation in the state, throughout history. Often, traveling exhibits are displayed.
The Back Shop, the largest structure on our site, was built in 1905 and served as the major overhaul facility for steam locomotives.
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