History steams over the Cuyahoga River

We saw a little bit of history travelling over the Cuyahoga River when the Fort Wayne Railroad Historical Society's Engine no. 765 steamed through Cleveland yesterday. The distinctive sound of the the locomotive's steam whistle echoing through the river corridor stopped spectators in their track as the 404 ton locomotive made its way across the Norfolk & Southern bridge. Built in 1944, Engine no. 765 is one of a handful of steam locomotives still operating in the U.S. More info on Engine 765 is here: http://fortwaynerailroad.org/nickel-plate-road-no-765/

Your can travel back in time with a trip on Engine no. 765 at Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad's upcoming "Steam in the Valley" later this month. Info on the event is here: http://www.cvsr.com/steam-in-the-valley