NKP 765 blasts past a pair of Delaware-Lackawanna C636s at Tobyhanna on its way to Delaware Water Gap. Word of the day as that the train would stop and cut in the Alcos as helpers. Instead, the ... (more)
Everyone wants to capture the moment, the photographer ahead appears to be using vintage equipment, possibly even period correct.
A unique angle on the WestRock paper mill, formerly known as RockTenn. 765 is seen here on the return trip to Steamtown in Scranton, PA
Eastbound Pass "TOBY"
NKP #765 operated by the Fort Wayne Railroad Historical Society head back east to Steamtown passing DCS point "TOBY" in Tobyhanna PA returning from East Str... (more)
Nickel Plate Road 765 gently passes through Gouldsboro, before making a brief stop.
Nickel Plate Road 765 storming up the grade through Elmhurst on the second of two Phoebe Snow excursion on Labor Day Weekend. These excursions started at Steamtown in Scranton, Pennsylvania and en... (more)
NKP 765 excites crowds as it passes through East Stroudsburg PA
A unique operation such as the 765 is bound to bring out everyone including grandma to capture the moment.
After a long climb, the mighty Berkshire takes on some friendlier terrain.
The Fort Wayne Historical Society bring steam back to the Water Gap.
The 765 eases through the Steamtown yard on its way to get coal and to couple to its train and head to the Water Gap.
Eastbound with excursion train to Delaware Water Gap,for Railfest 2015 , passing freight station.
As 765 backs toward Bridge 60, time seemed to stop, albeit briefly, with both 765 and 759.
If you can "visually remove" the Big Boy, the F3A, and the mountain in the back, this could easily pass for Conneaut or Bellevue in the 50's.