Following the original Northern Central Railroad's ROW, Steam Into History's 4-4-0 York, circa: 2013, returns from an excursion to Glen Rock, PA. The station, built in 1860, today serves as a res... (more)
The crew of Steam Into History's "York" tend to the locomotive at New Freedom, PA, after a day's excursions. To the right is the narrow shed built to keep the locomotive safe and out of... (more)
Steam Into History's 4-4-0 #17, "The York", arrives with 3 cars in consist at New Freedom, PA. Built in the early part of the century by the Kloke Locomotive Works in IL, this fully operational l... (more)
Passengers await to board their train to Baltimore on the Northern Central Railroad at New Freedom, PA but first are detained by a Union soldier while a crew member keeping time looks on. Part of ... (more)
NCRR 17 was raided today during the 11:00 Run
Steam Into History's recently leased Clinton Terminal Railroad GP-10 awaits its next run into Glen Rock. The unit will be doing weekday and non-historical based runs all season long as the railroa... (more)
Reflections OF a By Gone ERA
Number 17 during a night photo session put on by Steve Berry
Northern Central's 4-4-0 #17 arrives with 3 cars in consist at New Freedom, PA. Interestingly, the original NCRY depot still exists and has been beautifully restored but serves as a restaurant an... (more)
Northern Central #17 Briefly sits at the Pennsylvania Railroad "New Freedom" Station.
Stephen Burkholder gets ready to move #17 back into the shed at the end of the day. I interviewed Stephen as part of an episode of "The Roundhouse" which you can listen to here: http:/... (more)
Engineer Steve Meola sits in the cab of #17. I interviewed Steve as part of an episode of "The Roundhouse" which you can listen to here: http://theroundhousepodcast.com/2015/05/09/stea... (more)
Having returned from Hanover Jct., #17 rests before being moved back into its shed.
Northern Central Railway, ca 1865. A Northern Central engine crew pose with their locomotive at New Freedom, PA, just a few miles north of the Mason-Dixon Line, shortly after the Confederat... (more)
Detail of the 2nd driver on the fireman's side of the "York" oil-burning replica - a great engine to see up close, nice brass and color work!
According to Kevin Madore, the right half ... (more)