NKP 765 leads the 1:30PM excursion southbound alongside Riverview Road on a dark and dreary day in the Cuyahoga Valley. Just a couple miles ahead, this train would come to a stop at the small town... (more)
765 thunders south out of Brecksville on the 1st run of steam in the valley 2015.
The NKP 765 excursion from Steamtown to the Delaware Water Gap rolls EB on the former DL&W main, passing two 6 axle Alco Centuries. These units are serving as the protect power for the excursion. ... (more)
When I first heard about the trips with 765 to the Water Gap and East Stroudsburg, I knew the one shot I wanted to get was the big Berk passing the former Lackawanna station at Cresco, PA. So here... (more)
NKP #765 arrives at Slateford Junction with the rock faces of the Delaware Water gap looming in the back to begin the process of turning for the return trip to Scranton, PA. Slate ford Junction wa... (more)
After dealing with the crowds on the road overpass on Saturday's trip, I opted for a different view from the rest of the crowd. Here, NKP #765 thunders past the nicely restored Lackawanna station ... (more)
Nickel Plate Berk #765 breaks the silence of the area around Lehigh Rd leading the Labor Day Monday excursion to East Stroudsburg on the Delaware Lackawanna Pocono Main.
Nickel Plate Road No. 765 passes the power house of the Westrock paper mill as it returns from the Delaware Water Gap on former Lackawanna tracks. In a few minutes it will stop at East Stroudsburg... (more)
Where else can you find two active Alco C-420's and a Lima S-2 side by side?
It is 7:30 in the morning and Nickel Plate Railroad S-2 2-8-4 Berkshire No. 765 stretches it's legs getting ready for the work of the day.
No. 765 is one of the finest steam locomotives eve... (more)
"Ripping thru Tobyhanna"
The Fort Wayne Railroad Historical Society ran the NKP 765 up from Fort Wayne to Butler, Indiana before putting an NS crew on from Butler to Cleveland. This deadhead (NS 956) move was headed to Cl... (more)
Preparing to turn on the nearby wye for the return to Scranton.
The two Berkshires were the epicenter of a wildly busy day (and weekend) at Steamtown.
The 765 passes a crowd of onlookers at the Moscow station.