On the 3rd day of Steam in the valley 765 thunders over Chippewa Creek as the creek begins to collect falling leaves.
On the 3rd day of Steam in the valley 765 thunders through Brecksville Station.
NKP 765 has its passenger excursion up to speed as it thunders southbound past the station in Brecksville, Ohio and all of the spectators getting their photos and videos.
Special passenger movement 958 charges up hill into Perrysville and by the former 161.9 signals. These signals are no longer standing and I believe fellow RP contributor Anthony Randall and I are ... (more)
On a beautiful September morning in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, NKP 765 rolls into Brecksville, Ohio with the first public excursion of Steam in the Valley in tow. The tall arch bridge in t... (more)
As a new day begins, NKP 765 running next to the Cuyahoga River and under Rt. 82 in Brecksville, OH, held its first public excursion on the morning of September 16, 2017. The fall foilage has just... (more)
Sometimes it's not too easy to reach all of the side rod grease fittings that require lubrication. NKP 765 gets some lubrication maintenance by both the younger and older (veteran) members of the... (more)
The side rods on NKP 765 get some lubrication maintenance after completing two excursions on the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad.
NKP 765 passes Brecksville Station with the Steam In the Valley special.
On a beautiful summer evening, NKP 765 slows down to get ready for runbys at Indigo Lake in Cuyahoga Falls, OH on the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad. This paticular excursion is held for the memb... (more)
2700 was built by Alco in 1943, and retired around 1956 by the C&O. She was placed on display in a park in Charleston, WV for many years, before being moved to St. Albans, WV in the 1970s. She was... (more)
NKP 765 sits with 3 Vintage Cars during a Night Photo Session at the 2017 FWRHS Annual Open House.
Ill Catch Him You Have a Schedule to Keep!
A young man is climbing down from the deck of Nickel Plate 765 after the ride of a lifetime. While it may appear that he could be de... (more)
The New River Train pulls into St. Albans, West Virginia behind Nickel Plate 765.
It almost looks like the 765 is lifting a freight train up the Pocono Mountain grade, as it rounds the sharp curve by the hat factory, pulling a passenger train to Delaware Water Gap