Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railway in Cleveland, Ohio

WDBNGAUGE Sep 17, 2010


    WDBNGAUGE TrainBoard Member

    If any one is interested and is in the Cleveland, Ohio area between now and 9/25/10, the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic railway is running the below steam engines on their lines. This scenic line has various diesel locomotives and passenger cars from all eras of the past also.

    Just passing the info along to all you fellow modelers!

    See info below.....

    Join CVSR in welcoming two special guests as Steam Returns to the Valley this September!

    The Viscose Company #6 is a 1925, Baldwin-built, coal-fired 0-4-0 saddle tank steam engine and comes to CVSR from New York.

    The Nickel Plate Road 2-8-4 Berkshire No. 765. This is the historic steam locomotive No. 765: a high-stepping, fourteen wheeled magnificent machine that stands 15 feet tall, weighs 404 tons, and goes over 60 miles an hour, restored to the way it looked and sounded when it was built by the Lima Locomotive Works in 1944. This engine is the largest operating steam locomotive east of the Mississippi, and is the pride of the Fort Wayne Railroad Historical Society.
    There are several excursions and special events with these great engines – CVSR looks forward to seeing you on the rails during one, or all, of these fun-filled, historical events!


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