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Sailsbury and Spencer, North Carolina, June 2002

Sailsbury is the site of one of the Confederate Civil War Prison. This is the National cemetery in Sailsbury where the Union prisoners were buried.

Spencer was the location of the Southern Railroad's shops.

The Salisbury NC Confederate Civil War Prison and Salisbury National Cemetery. This area contains trenches where the prisoners were buried without markers.[Panorama1_cropped_1]
[Pan] The Salisbury NC Confederate Civil War Prison and Salisbury National Cemetery. This area contains trenches where the prisoners were buried without markers.[Panorama1_cropped_1]

Main shop building for work on the cars. This area will be converted to a museum of NC Transportation[Panorama1_cropped_2]
[Pan] Main shop building for work on the cars. This area will be converted to a museum of NC Transportation[Panorama1_cropped_2]

360 degree view of the restored roundhouse with turntable and other buildings in area.[Panorama1_cropped_3]
[Pan] 360 degree view of the restored roundhouse with turntable and other buildings in area.[Panorama1_cropped_3]

Steam engine in roundhouse[xpan-18]
[Pan] Steam engine in roundhouse[xpan-18]

Diesel engine in roundhouse[xpan-3]
[Pan] Diesel engine in roundhouse[xpan-3]

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The Salisbury NC Confederate Civil War Prison and Salisbury National Cemetery