By: Don Shaw email: don.shaw@pennsylvaniachronicle.com (570) 543-2961

Steam Engine comes through Cumberland County for the first time since 1957

Steam Engine comes through Cumberland County for the first time since 1957

Enola, PA

The journey of the Berkshire 757  as it takes a spin on the Enola turntable, which hasn’t hosted a steam engine in “regular service” since 1957. Note the red keystone on the right side of the turntable with a September 1944 date, just a month after the 757 came to life.

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The journey of the Berkshire 757 continues as it takes a spin on the Enola turntable, which hasn’t hosted a steam engine in “regular service” since 1957. Note the red keystone on the right side of the turntable with a September 1944 date, just a month after the 757 came to life.

Posted by Norfolk Southern Corp on Tuesday, February 12, 2019

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