An ex-ATSF CF7 with the Nittany & Bald Eagle's unique script lettering on its flanks poses with the PA Historical & Museum Commission/Bellefonte Historical Railroad Society RDC No. 9167. CF7 No. ... (more)
We were on the way to MG Tower when we saw the Nittany & Bald Eagle's turn to Tyrone from the highway. We got one shot from the PA-550 overpass, and then got into Tyrone in time for this. CF7 #244... (more)
Blue And White. On the Friday morning of Homecoming weekend at my nearby alma mater, Penn State, it seemed appropriate to shoot a train led by blue and white locomotives. Here at B... (more)
As it departs Sunnyside Yard with a train of empty rock gondolas in tow, Nittany and Bald Eagle CF7 number 2474 passes Nittany and Bald Eagle GP7 4174, with some obvious C&NW heritage, and some le... (more)
As of January 1985, Nittany & Bald Eagle has only one locomotive, and is still in its previous owner's name. US 322 was rebuilt to pass directly over this creek bridge.
Nittany & Bald Eagle's first winter, and the CF7 has yet to receive any markings of its new owner.