NKP 822/WLE 6422 New to the site.  Contributor's Pick!       
This collection has taken me about two and a half years to complete.
Date: 8/24/1952 Location: Pine Valley, OH   Map Show Pine Valley on a rail map Views: 867 Collection Of:   Wendy Crim
Locomotives: NKP 822(2-8-4) WLE 6422(2-8-4)    Author:  Wendy Crim
NKP 822/WLE 6422 New to the site.
Picture Categories: This picture is part of album:  NKP Berks The Motherlode
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Name Type Comments Date
Stu Nicholson General You've got quite the archive now. Well done! 4/26/2014 3:28:28 PM
Dave Korhammer General Nice!...hey, never noticed before, but this Wheeling engine has disk drivers instead of spokes! 4/26/2014 4:49:40 PM
Robert Beichler General Now to find another class to hunt. The Hunt is so much fun, best wishes and thank you so much. 4/26/2014 9:24:36 PM
Fred Stuckmann General Congrats, glad you got it. 4/26/2014 9:32:32 PM
Gary Everhart General Congrats on finding this one! 4/27/2014 5:14:22 AM
Tim Darnell General Nice find! 4/27/2014 9:26:39 AM
Robert Farkas General Outstanding piece of history. Thanks for sharing all these. 4/28/2014 6:49:11 PM
Dennis Weber General Nice Find 4/28/2014 7:37:34 PM
Mark Hornacek General Yes, NICE catch, very quiet on any new discoveries, miss your postings.. 4/21/2015 7:52:42 PM
Tom Davidson General All W&LE 2-8-4's had Boxpok drivers, roller bearings on all axles (engine and tender), footboards, smaller sandboxes, inboard lbearings on the lead truck, and numerous other small differences that distinguished them from the original NKP engines. 10/13/2015 7:34:12 PM
Tom Beckett General Love the shots of in service steam. Glad you have the patience and perseverance to undertake such a project. I've been scanning and posting my own stuff for four years, and still a long way to go. It's not a quick process, but the reward of seeing all this work available is worth the effort. Stay at it. As you can see from the comments, it is well appreciated in the railfan arena. 12/7/2015 12:41:34 AM
Jim Ford General You're back on the homepage, Wendy. Still as handsome an engine as there ever was (except maybe a B&O S-1). 12/7/2015 6:00:58 PM
Jim Ford General And thirteen months later, here you are again. What a beautiful machine. 1/2/2017 11:15:24 PM

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