Bring It On HomeIn the middle of the night on Feb 12 2019, a special Norfolk Southern move rolls by the 1849 Pennsylvania Railroad station at Lewistown Junction. The star of the sho... (more)
Welcome Back- For the first time since 1966, the wheels of Nickel Plate S-2 #757 roll along rails of its home state, moving north on the Norfolk Southern Youngstown Line. Mechanica... (more)
We're Bringing Her Home- For the first time since 1966, Nickel Plate 757 is on the move out of Lancaster County, PA. Seen here from the toasty warm interior of NKP caboose 783, B... (more)
The semi-restored front end of the NKP 757. The locomotive has recently been moved to the track nearest PA Route 741.
Mid-July saw some cosmetic work on the NKP 757, in anticipation of its move to Bellevue, Ohio.
Nickel Plate #757 sits at the rear of Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania by the restoration pending its move to the Mad River & NKP Railroad Museum in Bellevue, Ohio.
Built by Lima in 1944, NKP #... (more)
Nickel Plate #757 Built by Lima in 1944,
NKP #757 was donated by the Norfolk & Western Railway becoming the Museum's f... (more)
Three of the Nickel Plate’s classy Berkshire locomotives sit out their final days at Bellevue yard before their inevitable dates with the cutting torches. James Lennon photo. Barry Lennon collec... (more)
The Railroad Musuem of Pennsylvania hosted a night photo session in celebration of the Reading Days. Here Nickle plate 757 basks in the moon light as smoke machines give us the feel of her still ... (more)
The museums first steam locomotive creates an impressive shadow with MCRR 701 , an Alco C415, in the background.
The impressive main drive wheel of NKP 2-8-4 757, on display at the RRMofPA.
Former NKP 2-8-4 757 on display in the "yard" at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania
The first steam locomotive donated to the RR Museum of PA, this 1944 Berkshire is one of six S-class NKP locomotives in existence.
Smokebox of NKP 757 at the RR Museum of PA.