Last night I imaged Neptune with a C14 at f/11, primarily just for position relative to background stars. On the subs I noticed a "star" next to the burned-out image of Neptune. This morning I checked the POSS prints and ephemeris. The "star" is in the corrrect location for Triton, and there are no background stars that bright at that location.
In the image, Neptune is the brightest object and Triton is to its upper right. North is up. I didn't do too much processing on the image.
Triton should be well placed tonight also.