NKP 190 gets a rain bath on a blustering Novembers day.
After spending most of it's life inside the Oregon Rail Heritage Center, NKP 190 is front and center. A true classic, 1 of 2 that were brought back from Mexico. The locomotive looks a little out o... (more)
Of the 297 PA and PB locomotives built by the American Locomotive Company, only five are still extant. Four are former Santa Fe locomotives, which were purchased and later rebuilt by the Delaware... (more)
Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe operated a fleet of 28 ALCO PA-1 passenger diesels (and 16 PB-1 diesels). In 1967, as the PAs were beginning to be replaced with new FP45s, U28CGs and U30CGs, four of S... (more)
The big NKP PA takes its spin on the turntable at the Streamliners event at NCTM.
Doyle McCormack's 1948 Alco built Nickel Plate PA-1 No. 190 rests within the Oregon Rail Heritage Center on display for visitors to gaze upon in between restoration sessions.
The locomotive ... (more)
Freshly restored Alco PA-1 poses in front of Barber Jct station on the first night of the Streamliners at Spencer. Originally built for the Santa Fe, this PA wore D&H blue and silver before spendi... (more)
Blue hour in Spencer, NC. Classic streamliners under the lights.
Doyle McCormacks restored alco PA-1 at the Oregon Rail Heritage Center.
Doyle McCormack's beautifully restored Nickel Plate PA1 actually began life as a Santa Fe unit, then served under the Delaware & Hudson and the NdeM. She is now proud blue and white (with table an... (more)
Doyle McCormack's 1948 Alco built Nickel Plate PA-1 No. 190 poses for photos by the Bob Julian Roundhouse during the NCTM's "Streamliners" event.
The locomotive was originally built for the San... (more)
Doyle McCormack's Nickel Plate Road PA-1 No. 190, originally built in 1948 for the Santa Fe (and later used on the Delaware & Hudson and in Mexico) sits on display by the former Southern roundhous... (more)
The nose of Doyle McCormack's pride and joy glistens in the morning sun on a Saturday at the engine house.
It's about to get loud up there!
Streamliners at Spencer.