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                   Friday, September 7, 2012 - 5:39AM CDT

NKP 765 from Decatur, IL to St. Louis

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My brother and I teamed up again to document Nickel Plate Road steam locomotive #765 making a trip from Decatur, Illinois into St. Louis. Here is a scene from Stonington, Illinois:

We plan to be out Saturday, Sunday and Monday for 765's trips in the St. Louis metro area and the return trip to Decatur.

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The following comments were posted before this site switched to a new comment system on August 27, 2016:

Thanks for the video! My children were entranced. There is a 2500 class locomotive (#2542) restored and on display here in McComb, MS; the only other one is in Centralia (#2500). They loved seeing a similar train in motion although standing next to 70 inch wheels is always a little exhilarating too. (: (the #765 is a 2-8-4, the #2542 is a 4-8-2)
- Posted by Mat. Anna from McComb, MS

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