Nickel Plate Road #765 leads Sunday's Wabash Cannonball by the Wabash searchlight signals at the west end of Roanoke, Indiana on its way toward Lafayette
Nickel Plate Road #765 leads the eastbound Wabash Cannonball by the Wabash searchlights signals in Colburn, Indiana
Nickel Plate Road #765 leads the westbound Wabash Cannonball across the Big 4 Bridge in Wabash, Indiana as it marches toward Lafayette
Nickel Plate Road #765 sits at East Wayne, outside Fort Wayne, Indiana, as it awaits weekend trips to Lafayette, Indiana.
Gotta start 'em young...my wife Christina introduces our youngest daughter, 1 year old Naomi, to the sights, sounds, and smells of big time steam railroading, up close and personal, with Nickel Pl... (more)
NKP 765 is in tow heading over the Cuyahoga River in Peninsula, Ohio. From Steam in the Valley on the CVSR.
While the NKP 765 simmers outside the shop for all to enjoy, ex-US Army Davenport 44-Tonner 1231 prepares to depart with the Caboose Train, taking visitors on a trip around the FWRHS Property at t... (more)
My wife Christina introduces our daughters Kira and Naomi to the sights, sounds, and smells of big time steam railroading, up close and personal, with Nickel Plate Road "Berkshire" 765 a... (more)
765 simmers in the hot Indiana sun during the Open House event this weekend
No. 755 is one of six surviving Lima built NKP 700 series S class Berkshires. While overshadowed by it's more famous brethren No. 765, No.759 and No. 779, 755 is well cared for at the very small b... (more)
One Year Later:
As the Saturday photo shoot began to wind down and was almost ready to close, the fans began to stir: NKP 190 was on the move. It was being pulled from its spot by the roun... (more)
The setting sun enhances the warm glow of the peaking fall color as the cool Autumn temperature amplifies the plume over the hard charging Nickle Plate Road Berkshire, No. 765. After making a smal... (more)
NKP 765 flies by Boston Mills and shows off what it's got. Tons of railroad enthusiasts stood and watched.
NKP 765 rolls out of Brecksville station, starting the morning excursion.
With the sunsetting the 765 lays on the coal to make it back to Fort Wayne, Indiana before dark.