A Roger Puta Photograph
Doyle McCormack's 1948 Alco built Nickel Plate PA-1 No. 190 poses for photos by the Bob Julian Roundhouse during the NCTM's "Streamliners" event.
The locomotive was originally built for the San... (more)
Doyle McCormack's Nickel Plate Road PA-1 No. 190, originally built in 1948 for the Santa Fe (and later used on the Delaware & Hudson and in Mexico) sits on display by the former Southern roundhous... (more)
A trip from Steamtown to the Delaware Water Gap and back re-creates part of the famous "Phoebe Snow" train. Here, the train passes the former DL&W station.
Nickel Plate No. 44
Steamtown's 1905 Alco (Brooks) built Nickel Plate 4-6-0 "Ten Wheeler" captured here in May of 2010 behind the former DL&W back shop. No. 44 was renumbered as No. 344 ... (more)
Waiting in a field near the Wisconsin/Illinois border, I hear the faint whistle of a steam locomotive. She's close, I can feel the rumble. Blowing for every crossing in between me and it, the smok... (more)
Steam in the Valley 2016
"The Varsity" Steam Excursion with Nickel Plate 765 crosses a bridge along Fox Lake during its eastbound return trip to Chicago from Janesville, WI with Metra Train 942. The train will ... (more)
The Fort Wayne Railroad Historical Society's 1944 Lima 2-8-4 Berkshire sits at the Metra Western Avenue Shop after spending the afternoon on display at Franklin Park Fest's Railroad Day. Tomorro... (more)
The Fort Wayne Railroad Historical Society's 1944 Lima 2-8-4 Berkshire sits at the Metra Western Avenue Shop after spending the afternoon on display at Franklin Park Fest's Railroad Day. Tomorrow... (more)
A throng of fans observe the 765 as she moves through the yard next to 759 where the two will be on static display for the day.
There is not a whole lot that sounds and looks better than a pair of Lima built Berks hauling a freight train at sunrise... it really doesn't get much better at all.
Nickel Plate 765 wheels the eastbound New River Train through the Kanawha River Valley approaching Kanawha Falls, West Virginia.
Retired NKP 1202 caboose sits on display at the Frankfort, IN city park.