Mohawk Means Mountain. New New York Central 3001 (4-8-2, Alco, 1940) is the largest surviving steam engine of the NYC fleet. While on other railroads this wheel arrangement was referred to ... (more)
New York Central 3001 (Mohawk 4-8-2) sits proudly on display at the National New York Central Railroad Museum in Elkhart Indiana. This is the largest Steam Locomotive still in existence!
Mohawk #3001 poses for the first night photo session put on by newly created Milepost 25 Productions at the National New York Central RR Museum in Elkhart, IN. A fog machine and boxfan were rigged... (more)
From left to right, PRR + NYC = Conrail!
Classic NYC power! A Mohawk meets a lightning stripe E8 at the National NYC museum.
Two of the largest NYC engines preserved - an E8 and a 4-8-2 - are on display at the National New York Central Railroad Museum.
Headlight on NYC 3001
The front end of NYC Mowhawk 3001, preserved at the National New York Central Railroad Museum. From this angle it looks like a Hudson.