NKP 765, temporarily renumbered as 767, is sporting a classic NKP front end look complete with a Mars headlight.
NKP 765 (numbered as the 767) is riding at the tail-end of the northbound excursion train as it rolls past the fountain at Botzum Farms in Botzum, Ohio. A neat rainbow effect had appeared in the f... (more)
Nickel Plate Road "767" passing through Jaite Mill Historic District on the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad.
Pan shot of NKP 765 temporarily renumbered as NKP 767 and sporting a classic NKP front end look complete with a Mars headlight.
NKP 767 heading north to Peninsula, OH on the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad.
Rocketing into Boston Mills for the second runby, NKP 767 puts on quite a show for those trackside at 2016's "Steam in the Valley" excursions on the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad.
Passing the original station at the former Jaite paper mill, Fort Wayne's pride and joy is on point of a 2016 "Steam in the Valley" excursion on the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad. Renumbered to ... (more)
A father and son look up at a living time machine, NKP #767 (nee-#765), as it passes by Indigo Lake, Ohio.
With the last trip of the first weekend of "Steam in the Valley" in tow, NKP 765 (masquerading as long-scrapped sister 767) whistles for the Boston Mills Rd. crossing on her way to Akron Northside... (more)
Ghosts of Berkshires Past? You decide. At the head of a sold-out "Steam in the Valley" excursion, NKP 765 (disguised as long-scrapped sister 767) thunders into the station at Boston Mills for a ... (more)
Disguised as No. 767, Nickel Plate Road Berkshire No. 765 charges south at Boston Mills, Ohio performing the first of two photo run-by's for the passengers of the CVSR's 1PM excursion out of Akron... (more)
Passenger look on as NKP 767 rolls into a station stop at Brecksville, Ohio
Looking like a scene straight out of Hollywood, a 1936 Auburn cruises past Nickel Plate road 767.
NKP 587 and 765 are in charge of a NRHS excursion train from Chicago to Argos in July of 1993. Even though the weather wasn't the greatest, these two put on a show that more than made up for it.
Former Nickle Plate Berkshire displayed at Steamtown's Railfest.