Nickel Plate 2-8-4 basks in the late evening sun as the crew slowly brings her over the Lehigh River at Weissport, PA just south of Jim Thorpe, PA.
NKP #765 thunders through a cut in White Haven, PA, having just cleared the northern tunnel portal while en route from Allentown, PA to Pittston, PA. The excursion - one of two over the weekend w... (more)
Well - that sure as heck ain't R&N #425! Fort Wayne Railroad Historical Society's Nickel Plate #765 finds its way back into Pennsylvania in the Summer of 2015. Captured here crossing the Lehigh ... (more)
Nickel Plate #765 ducks under a former CNJ signal bridge just ahead of Reading & Northern's Penobscot yard while on excursion from Pittstown Junction to Allentown, PA. This was the first of two e... (more)
Nickel Plate #765 rods down, captured many years back in a pan at 1/10th.
NKP #765 highballs through Allentown, PA captured at dusk in a zoom pan at 1/8th!>
NS 957 better known as the "Erie Limited" is seen traveling east on the Ex-Erie Southern Tier mainline at Swain, NY with NKP 765 leading the way. This had been the first time since the 8... (more)
Celebrity In Town
A large group of photographers document the NKP 765's trip over the old Delaware Lackawanna & Western line from Scranton, PA to the Delaware Water Gap seen here passing the st... (more)
Just past the train station, NKP 765 lets out a bunch of smoke on it's way East to Portland PA after making a quick stop discharging a few passengers. The engine is t... (more)
Well into her voyage to Corning,NY #765 blows through Cameron,NY at the route 119 crossing.
If you really want it, and you work very, very hard, this can be your office. This is the view that the fireman of one of the greatest steam locomotives ever built sees while on the move. We are m... (more)
NKP 765 puts on the show of a lifetime as it departs Brecksville, Ohio with the first CVSR Steam In The Valley excursion in tow.
This train does not stop at Prince - NKP 765 puts on quite a show as it passes the noted C&O/Amtrak passenger station at Prince, West Virginia with the New River Train in tow.