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)
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.
Norfolk Southern and the Fort Wayne Historical Society get off to an early predawn start passing through Duncannon at 5:56 AM en route to Lewistown. Once there, elated passengers will board for a... (more)
NKP #765 passes CP Leets on it's way to Conway Yards after the deadhead from Enola, PA.
765 makes its way back down the mountain for the final time on the Horseshoe Curve Special.
The first sighting of #765 for the weekend
17 years ago today, I lost a person very influential in building the base for my love of trains. My grandfather passed away in 1996. fast forward 17 years, i get to experience 765 in all its majes... (more)
#765 takes it easy coming down the slide
#765 deadheading back to Harrisburg for the night after a fun Saturday excursion.
NKP 765 leads the westbound NS 061 deadhead move around the Horseshoe Curve one last time. Special thanks goes out to Norfolk Southern, the Fort Wayne Railroad Historical Society, and all the volu... (more)
Another day and another run-by past hundreds of fans at Mifflin Station.
Just north of Mapleton, in Birdville, PA, the population suddenly increased as the chasing caravan arrived.