The Varsity, led by NKP Berkshire 765, crosses the former EJ&E and passes Rondout Tower. Just up ahead, the train will access Metra's Fox Lake Sub.
NKP 765 makes a ferry move down the IHB in La Grange, bound for Western Avenue in Chicago. It would be displayed at Franklin Park Railroad Daze the next day.
Wasting no time down the WSOR's Fox Lake Subdivision, NKP 765 looks and sounds great as she rolls through Darien, WI.
NKP 765 thunders southward through rural Rock County on it way back to Glenview.
NKP 765 rolls over the Rock River in Janesville, where shortly the whole train will be turned and head back south towards Chicagoland.
NKP 765 leads the Varsity excursion over the Rock River Bridge
NKP 765 arrives into Franklin Park with its deadhead train, passing under the vintage signal bridge. The train will shove back to Western Avenue coach yard to tie up for the night.
Chicago to Janesville, WI excursion arrives at North Glenview Metra station. routing was Metra Western Avenue yard to Fox Lake, IL and then Wisconsin and Southern to Janesville.
NKP 765 leads an excursion train west off of the IHB mainline and onto the CP Elgin Subdivision at Franklin Park
Nickel Plate 765 works down former Wabash rails towards the connection to the Indiana Harbor Belt at CP Ridge, where it will turn northwest and head to Franklin Park and CP/Metra property for the ... (more)
Shoving towards Metra's Western Avenue yard for a night photo shoot and some rest before display and an excursion this weekend.
Rolling down Metra's Southwest Sub District, Nickel Plate Berkshire 765 puts on a good show at Ashburn, as it slams the diamonds with the CSX Elsdon Subdivision.
Nickel Plate Road Berkshire No. 765 races along Riverview Road just south of Peninsula, Ohio in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park leading an excursion which is part of CVSR's last day of Steam in ... (more)
"Thunder in the Poconos"
765 arrives back into Steamtown after a day of pulling an excursion. 765 is the first steam engine to run in Steamtown for some years, and what a better time then Railfest 2015?