A sight to behold in North Creek, NY. North Creek locals, many of whom had never seen a live steam locomotive, take an opportunity to marvel at the sight of one of the prettiest ones in exi... (more)
Bully! TR's whistle stop in Corinth. Using an "ancient" railroad locomotive as a back-drop, our nation's 26th President launches into an animated campaign speech during a brief whistle stop... (more)
Anatomy of Leviathan: Authenticity vs. Practicality. David Kloke's beautiful Leviathan 63 sits on display in the North Creek Yard.
To date, the Kloke Locomotive Works has delivered two 1... (more)
Steam on the Hudson. The passengers on the Saratoga & North Creek Railway's Leviathan Special get one last look at the serene Hudson River as their train rumbles across a short trestle, jus... (more)
High Ball at Stony Creek. David Kloke's Leviathan 63 is running the track speed of 25 mph as she runs past the driving range at the 1000 Acres Ranch and Resort in little Stony Creek, New Yo... (more)
Patches of sunlight fall on all the wrong places as the Saratoga & North Creek Railway's Leviathan Special drifts southbound past the station at the 1000 Acres Ranch Resort in pretty Stony ... (more)
Steam in the North Creek Yard. David Kloke's Central Pacific Leviathan replica holds the siding in front of the old Adirondack/Delware & Hudson Engine House and sand tower complex, as the f... (more)
Racing the setting sun....literally!. Standing on the slippery rocks of the Sacandaga River, I can hear the distinctive whistle of David Kloke's beautiful Leviathan as she signals a stop at... (more)
CPRR 63 "races" north towards its next station stop at Thurman, NY.
The Gang's All Here: With the Saratoga & North Creek's Train No. 190 (led by the SNCR 8524 at left) departing at 3:45 PM and the Leviathan Special departing at 4:00 PM, there was a brief opportuni... (more)
Leviathan along the Hudson.
On its first scheduled trip on the Saratoga & North Creek Railway, the Leviathan leads its train around the curve along the Hudson River as it comes into North Creek.