RailPictures.Net Photo: NKP 765 Nickel Plate Road Steam 2-8-4 at Scranton, Pennsylvania by Stephen Bradley
 
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Nickel Plate Road (more..)
Steam 2-8-4 (more..)
Steamtown National Historic Site (more..)
Scranton, Pennsylvania, USA (more..)
September 05, 2015
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NKP 765 (more..)
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Stephen Bradley (more..)
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As part of Steamtown's Railfest weekend, Fort Wayne Railroad Historical Society brought their Nickel Plate Road steam engine to Steamtown for some excursion trips. Steamtown also did a smart move and brought their Nickel Plate Road steam engine out of the roundhouse. On Saturday morning, number 765 came off a turntable track and headed into the yard, passing its sister engine, number 759. A rare treat having two sister steam locomotives next to each other in this day and age!
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Van Swearingen (C&O, NKP, PM) Berkshires (2-8-4)

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The Van Swearingen Brothers standarized freight power for their railroads with nearly identical 2-8-4 Berkshires. Two of these engines are still in excursion service.
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