Norfolk Southern GE C30-7 8039, former NW 8039 with NS GP38-2 5168, former Southern 5168 heading east at Bellevue, Ohio.
WLE 6387 leads a train as it stops in Bellevue Ohio.
Norfolk and Western SD9 2349 was built as Nickel Plate Road 349, ultimatley becoming Norfolk Southern 52. It was repainted into N&W colors to honor the late Dale Elder, who was Bellevue's Terminal... (more)
EMD GP30 Nickel Plate Road 900 was built in June of 1962. It would later become Norfolk & Western Railway 2900 and ultimately Norfolk Southern Railroad 2900 before retirement, where it is preserve... (more)
Nickel Plate 329 was built in June, 1957, and is one of 9 RSD-12s produced by Alco for the Nickel Plate Road. It would later become Norfolk & Western Railway 254, and today resides in Bellevue, OH... (more)
A recent additon to the Mad River & NKP Railroad Museum collection is Nickel Plate Road 757, a 1944 Lima built 2-8-4 that is commonly referred to as a "Berkshire". Originally donated to ... (more)
A large portion of the outdoor collection of the Mad River & NKP Railroad Museum in Bellevue, OH is displayed next to Southwest Street. Wabash F7A 671, NKP GP 30 900, and NKP RSD-12 329 headine a ... (more)
An inbound Norfolk & Western freight behind a GP35/GP9/GP35 lashup makes its way through the massive yard at Bellevue, Ohio.
A Norfolk Southern mixed freight prepares to enter Bellevue Yard as it passes the Kemper Rail Park.
Norfolk And Western 2349 rests inside the Mad River and NKP Railroad Museum's coach yard in Bellevue, Ohio.