"Nickel Plate Road 190" is seen on display at the Oregon Rail Heritage Center. The classic Alco PA is posed in its current home at the heritage center where it shares indoor space with steam loco... (more)
A nice night scene posed at the Streamliners at Spencer event.
Lots of classic colors were at the Streamliners at Spencer event, and some contemporary ones too.
Lots of classic colors were at the Streamliners at Spencer event.
A few of the Spencer Streamliners lounge in the afternoon sun.
NKP PA1 poses at Barber Junction Station during the Streamliner's night photo session.
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)
Sixteen cab units, as viewed from above.
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)
A side-by-side comparison of CN FPA-4 #6789 (MLW 1959, 54' long) and NKP PA-1 #190 (Alco 1948, 65' long).
ALCO PA1 #190 sports its classy blue and white Nickel Plate livery as it poses at Barber Junction during Streamliners.
The Famous Profile -
One of the most famous profiles in American railroading was on display at the night photo shoot at Spencer.
For a fan of Alco diesels, few things are better than meeting your first Alco cab unit. If that cab unit should happen to be a PA, all the better!
Historic PA-1 #190 sits along with other restored streamliners during the Streamliners at Spencer event that drew thousands to the much loved museum.