After a lengthy delay of roughly 9 hours in Binghamton, NY, NS 956 deadheading with the NKP 765 excursion train is seen crossing the Tunkhannock Viaduct in Nicholson, PA on the CP Sunbury Subdivis... (more)
SOU 4501 East rolls by the position lights guarding the east siding switch at Wytheville.
After a slight delay getting out of Corning, #765 hustles northbound around a sweeping curve in Cameron Mills,NY.
An Amish family gives a friendly wave as #765 pounds along route 119 south bound towards Corning,NY on the first of two excursions out of Bison yard in Buffalo. #765 was the first steam locomotive... (more)
Nickel Plate Berk 765 races through Cameron Mills along the Southern Tier with an excursion bound for Corning, NY.
After making the run from Buffalo, NY to Corning, NY 765 stops in Corning to take on water and allow the passengers to disembark and visit the Corning Museum Of Glass.
NKP #765 races through Gustavus, OH. during the public excursion from Youngstown, OH. to Ashtubula, OH. and back.
Nickel Plate Road #765 passes CP ADRIAN as it leads NS 958-01 the "Erie Limited" west back to Buffalo.
Nickel Plate Road #765 leads the "Erie Limited" under State Highway 961F
Nickel Plate Road #765 passes milepost 71 on the old NYC Fallbrook branch as it returns to the main line to be boarded with passengers back to Buffalo NY
Nickel Plate Road #765 leads the "Erie Limited" as it clears CP ALDEN. Milepost 401.03 on the old ERIE mainline.
Nickel Plate Road #765 leads the "Erie Limited" through the scenic Canisteo River Valley.
After taking on coal and water 765 heads west out of the wye to pick up it's passengers and prepare for the return trip to Buffalo, NY
A close up view of the Nickel Plate Roads #765 builders plate. Built: September 8th, 1944. Retired: May 4th, 1963. Restored: September 1, 1979. At a weight of 440,800 pounds. This engine has a max... (more)
As the sun rises a scene not seen in 3 decades happens as Nickel Plate Road #765 sits in Norfolk Southern's Bison yard in Sloan NY