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Bruceton Roundhouse

This is the last remaining roundhouse of the NC&StL. The existing concrete roundhouse was built in early 1925. It replaced a wooden roundhouse that the NC&StL had built at that same location in 1921. The wooden version was completely destroyed by fire on November 21, 1924.



One of the steam engine hoods to evacuate the smoke while an engine was inside.

Rails leading into each of the eight stalls.


A look down the rails from the roundhouse west towards the depot and rest of the yard.


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