A fitting end to the last day of the HTP charter was the final runbys near the crossing at King Road. A dramatic sky matched with a golden sunset really made those last shots memorable. Very nice ... (more)
NKP 765 performs one last run by before the sun completely sets below the horizon. If you look closely you can see the engineer pulling out on the throttle.
The two most Shot objects on King road, the farm, and large tree, are both seen in this shot as a loaded GLC train blast southbound. This shot is more known for having PM 1225 of NKP 765 in it, an... (more)
One of the final runbys on the John Craft (Historic Preservation Charter) was taken at King Road. The weather early on that day was not looking promising but we all decided to stay around and ende... (more)
For some of us, perhaps it started this way.
NKP 765 rolls north towards Henderson with a mixed freight during the John Craft Photo Charter.
SRI PM 1225 runs southbound passing a majestic Oak tree during scheduled photo trips for a Historic Transportation Preservation charter.
SRI PM 1225 runs southbound during scheduled photo trips for a Historic Transportation Preservation charter.
A simpler time.
A Michigan farmer fetching his mail before an approaching storm is surprised by a Nickel Plate Berk doing a little storming of her own!
No farming today. All is quiet on this central Michigan farm as Pere Marquette 2-8-4 1225 blasts southward with a time freight in the distance.
CN 435 has just taken the light and heads into Aldershot yard to do some work before continuing west.
The setting sun peeks between the drivers of a Pere Marquette Berk as it hauls a freight southward through the snowy Michigan countryside in the late 1940s.
Got smoke? Sixty-seven years after she was built, Pere Marquette Berkshire 1225 adds to her carbon footprint while performing a runby at King Road a few miles north of Owosso, on a former N... (more)