NITTANY and BALD EAGLE Railroad

A Breif History - The Nittany and Bald Eagle Railroad (NBER), a division of the North Shore Railroad Company, established August 1, 1984, is a seventy mile line serving the communities of Lock Haven, Tyrone, Bellefonte, and State College. The Nittany & Bald Eagle serves industry in Blair, Centre, and Clinton Counties, hauling large quantities of stone and general merchandise, and serving as a bridge line for the movement of coal to power plants. Nittany's blue and white colors honor Penn State Univeristy.

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CF7 - NBER #2427

Built in 1951 for ATSF


Along Rt. 11 between
Bloomsburg and Berwick
(Photo: Andrew Hoke 1-11)


Along 6th Street
Bloomsburg, PA
(Photo: Andrew Hoke 2-11)


Along 6th Street
Bloomsburg, PA
(Photo: Andrew Hoke 2-11)


In Early NBER Colors
Bellefonte, PA
(Collection of Andrew Hoke)




CF7 - NBER #2429




Bellefonte, PA
(Collection of Andrew Hoke)




GP7 - NBER #4174




(Collection of Andrew Hoke)




EMD GP8 - NBER #1602

Built in 1950 for P&E


along Rt. 26 State College, PA
(Photo: Andrew Hoke 6-05)


Newberry Yard
Williamsport, PA
(Photo: Andrew Hoke 6-11)


Newberry Yard
Williamsport, PA
(Photo: Andrew Hoke 6-11)


Newberry Yard
Williamsport, PA
(Photo: Andrew Hoke 6-11)


Newberry Yard
Williamsport, PA
(Photo: Andrew Hoke 6-11)


#1602 in the NBER Engine House
Coalville, PA
(Photo: Andrew Hoke 6-13)

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