In August 1980, we ran across this Bicentennial GE 44-tonner at a quarry in Bellevue, Ohio. R. T. Steinbrenner Photo.
Several Nickel Plate employees give 765 a change of class lights in preparation for a quick run east out of Bellevue.
NKP 757 and 765 trade stories from days past at the Mad River & NKP RR Museum located in Bellevue, OH.
NKP 757's headlight illuminates part of the Mad River & NKP RR Museum collection located in their Bellevue, OH yard.
A couple of NKP beauties from a past era share a few stories in the Mad River & NKP Railroad Museum yard.
NKP S-2 Berk 757 and S-4 Berk 828 (ex W&LE 6428) are awaiting their next assignment as they wait on the Bellevue service tracks.
NKP 765 gets some quick service at the Bellevue engine shops before taking a train east.
The only snoot-nosed SD40-2 on the Wheeling & Lake Erie roster slowly rumbles past the collection of the Mad River & NKP Railroad Museum in Bellevue, Ohio.
A restored NKP Chevrolet pickup makes for some appropriate foreground clutter as 757 is pushed out of the engine house to its display site.
Nickel Plate 765 backs down from the engine house in Bellevue, ready for another day of caboose hops during the "Berkshires in Bellevue" event.
NKP 757 awaits its next assignment in the Bellevue shops.
757 and 765 are tended to in the yard tracks on a cool early fall evening.