After having completed NS employee excursions out east, NKP 765 winds its way through the Burgh' as it heads to Conway Yard.
NKP 190, an ALCO PA-1 was built during March 1948 for the NYC&STL, better known as the Nickel Plate Road. Doyle McCormack's dad worked for this railroad, and this locomotive was the first diesel D... (more)
NKP 765 leads an employee special across the Rockville Bridge making for a silhouette photo during the setting sun
Nickel Plate Road 190 basks in the evening light during the Streamliners at Spencer event.
In the midst of last minute repairs to the running gear, a 765 crew member goes about his work to get the engine prepared for the trip home. The task, requiring lifting the locomotive, was perfo... (more)
Nickel Plate 765 deadheads on her way to West Virginia for a Norfolk Southern employee special, running with a clean stack through Bucyrus
NKP 526 was built in March 1958 and became N&W 2526 and then NS 1456.
Built in January 1959 she became N&W 2811 then NS 1481 and then W&W 811.
Note safety bars on this end.
A side-by-side comparison of CN FPA-4 #6789 (MLW 1959, 54' long) and NKP PA-1 #190 (Alco 1948, 65' long).
NKP 514 has pulled forward of the switch, and is about to back onto the siding, to run around its train. Once that's complete, it'll back up to pick up it's passengers, and head back to Steamtown ... (more)