The Fort Wayne Historical Society bring steam back to the Water Gap.
The 765 eases through the Steamtown yard on its way to get coal and to couple to its train and head to the Water Gap.
Eastbound with excursion train to Delaware Water Gap,for Railfest 2015 , passing freight station.
As 765 backs toward Bridge 60, time seemed to stop, albeit briefly, with both 765 and 759.
If you can "visually remove" the Big Boy, the F3A, and the mountain in the back, this could easily pass for Conneaut or Bellevue in the 50's.
"NKP Visits DLW"
Two sisters reunited after more than half a century.
The NKP 765 excursion from Steamtown to the Delaware Water Gap rolls EB through the Delaware Water Gap on the former DL&W main. It is on the way to Portland to turn the engine on the wye.
The Nickel Plate 765 backs out past Lackawanna 664 on its way to hook up to its excursion cars.
The NKP Berkshire lets off a nice oily plume as it stomps past East Stoudsburg on it's final leg to the Delaware Water Gap out of Steamtown on a beautiful Saturday in the Poconos.
The NKP 765 excursion from Steamtown to the Delaware Water Gap arrives at Slateford Jct. on the "Old Mainline". This was once the junction of the DL&W Cutoff and the DL&W Old Mainline.
Nickel Plate Road No. 765 arrives at Slateford Junction with an excursion from Scranton. That's the Delaware Water Gap in the background.
Nickel Plate Road No. 765 stomps its way upgrade out of Scranton on the former Pocono Main of the Lackawanna.
Two Nickel Plate sisters rest in the same roundhouse for the first time in probably six decades as Berkshire No. 759 is joined by No. 765. No. 759 has been a Steamtown fixture since the 1960s, wit... (more)
What a great sound the big Berk made stomping up the mountain from the valley. Almost drowned out by the sound of a hundred shutter drives as the daylight begins to wane to evening.