This photographic pacing run of NKP No. 765 lasted 131 seconds and was one of the greatest thrill rides of many in my entire life. It was over in a blink and just like a kid at the merry-go-round,... (more)
The NS steam special makes its way through the mountains of Pennsylvania and rounds a bend just ahead of McVeytown on a beautiful Saturday afternoon.
A Black & White dream of NKP 765 leading the positioning move for the first NS public excursion in decades. For a color version click Railroad: Nickel Plate RoadLocomotive: Steam 2-8-4Location: Duncannon, Pennsylvania, USALocomotive #: NKP 765Train ID: NS-061Photo Date: May 25, 2013
One of the worlds finest steam locomotives on one of the most famous railroad locations in the world. For this long time steam fan this is a bucket list check off!
Lima Super Power and B&W are just right blasting through Thompsonville PA. For a color version click HERE!
Nickel Pate leased power on NYC's Water Level route? Nah - though it would be fun to imagine. Likely, we won't see anything like this on CSX in NY anytime soon. Nope, what we have here is FWRHS... (more)
The Fort Wayne Railroad Historical Society's Nickel Plate Road 765 backs out of the wye track and into the Enola Yard.
The Fort Wayne Railroad Historical Society's Nickel Plate Road 765 rounds the famous Horseshoe Curve with the 17 car Horseshoe Curve Special in tow.
NKP #765 passes by a preserved PRR station in Ducannon - a familiar sight considering the station saw it's first steam engine run past over a century ago. No time to call on any passengers here t... (more)
Nickel Plate Road #765 begins her journey west out of Lewistown. The engine put on quite a show for all those trackside waiting all morning to see the big engine pass by.
A window of opportunity - both for the Fort Wayne Railroad Historical Society (Railroad: Nickel Plate RoadLocomotive: Steam 2-8-4Location: Duncannon, Pennsylvania, USALocomotive #: NKP 765Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: May 27, 2013
As coal dust from a 614 coal train that just cleared in the nick of time still lingers on the right, NKP Berkshire 765 supplies her own smoke show of coal dust!! On her deadhead run back to Conway... (more)
Big steam knocks down the PRR PL's at George's Station as it leads the PRR and CR heritage units to Conway.
In a blaze of glory, a Norfolk Southern steam special featuring NKP #765 continues West passing through Thompsonville at sunrise while en route to Lewistown, PA.