A restored Nickel Plate Road GP7, 426, is operating over its old haunts as it prepares to back up with a caboose train Sunday, 27 September 2020.
Nickel Plate Express operates a Sunday morning ca... (more)
Thanks to fundraisers efforts and generous donors, Nickel Plate Express (NKPX) was able to raise enough funds to restore former Nickel Plate Road No.426 and produly debut it for the first time und... (more)
With the clock racing down to midnight, crews from both the Indiana Transportation Museum & STS-LLC group based out of Minnesota scurry to get FEC 90 loaded and off ITM's property. Founded in 1960... (more)
NKP 587's boiler sits on a flatbed truck preparing for its voyage from Noblesville, Indiana to Ravenna, Kentucky where it'll be restored by the Kentucky Steam Heritage Corp!
Nickel Plate Road F7 number 83 leads a "Hoosierland" excursion train across the White River in Noblesville, Indiana, along the Indiana Transportation Museum's former NKP mainline. While ... (more)
A crown jewel amongst the diverse collection of equipment at the Indiana Transportation Museum, Florida East Coast car #90 was built in 1898 by Jackson & Sharpe in Wilmington, Delaware, and was He... (more)
Indiana Transportation Museum's "Nickel Plate Road" F7 number 83-A leads the afternoon "Hoosierland" excursion train south down 8th Street in Noblesville, Indiana. Visit http:... (more)
SW1 DS 50, pulls the Leviathan Southbound heading to Fishers down the famous street running in Noblesville.
Indiana Transportation Museum returns to Noblesville from Fishers, with a recently repainted F-unit trailing. Was in Monon colors previously, if memory serves.
The rust buster for the 2013 Indiana Transportation Museum Fairtrain is well on its way through downtown Noblesville on a Thursday evening after just departing Hobbs Station.
The train will be... (more)
SW-1 DS-50, the first diesel locomotive on the Monon, poses for pictures at Noblesville.
Running on the street trackage in downtown Noblesville.
Night photo session at Forest Park. Lighting by Railpace Magazine.
A photo freight from the Indiana Transportation Museum makes it way down the streets of Noblesville, stopping every few feet so photographers can get different angles.