NKP 765 heads south back to Owsso, MI as it approaches Elsie.
Nickel Plate #765, Pere Marquette #1225, Lehigh Vally #126, Flagg Coal #75, Viscose Company #6 Little River Railroad #1
The two Berks looking good under the twilight at the turntable in Owosso.
Again, at track speed she gives the bystanders a lovely show. Thanks so much to the folks at the FWRHS for making this beautiful lady shine and perform for us.
Nearing the end of the blue hour the 765 waits to climb on the table.
The twin sealed beam headlights of NKP 765 illuminate the raindrops that dampened Friday's festivities at Train Expo 2014. Lerro Productions photo session.
765's hogger awaits permission to depart while the fireman of an adjacent Berk studies his gauges. Lerro Productions photo session.
After running up from Fort Wayne during the day the NKP 765 settles down in the depot for the night. Flash assisted long exposure shot.
Historic PA-1 #190 sits along with other restored streamliners during the Streamliners at Spencer event that drew thousands to the much loved museum.
Many photographers were having exposure difficulty with brilliantly painted PA1 at the "Streamliners at Spencer" night photo shoot, especially while trying to compensate for a black loco... (more)
Doyle McCormack's and one of the world's only intact surviving Alco PA-1 - painted as Nickel Plate Road #190 - is seen taking a spin on the North Carolina Transportation Museum's turntable on the ... (more)
NKP 190 sits at Barber Station in Spencer, NC during the Streamliners event