The Steamtown train from Scranton nears the far point of its journey as it arrives at Moscow, Pennsylvania.
The Steamtown train has arrived at Moscow, Pennsylvania. In a series of moves similar to those done in Elmhurst the previous season, the first locomotive of the double-headed train has cut off and... (more)
I could post a shot of dear ole' 3254 everyday and never run out.
An impressive quintet of Delaware-Lackawanna ALCOs work hard up the grade to Pocono Summit with grain loads for Ardent Mills. The lead RS3 is faithfully restored to its original Central Railroad o... (more)
PT-98 accelerates out of Moscow with a generous display of "Alco smoke" on an unusually warm autumn day in the Poconos. At right is the nicely restored former Lackawanna freight house.
Delaware-Lackawanna train PT-98 races uphill, passing the former Lackawanna station in Moscow, powered by three big Alco 636's of CP, PC, and BCOL origins, and an ex-BCOL MLW M420W. Once PT-98 cre... (more)
With splendid fall colors all around, CNJ 1554 leads a special excursion into Moscow passing under the abandoned Lackawanna signal bridge on a beautiful morning.
"Freight Making a Station Stop"
The PT98 passes through an ex DL&W signal bridge just west of the Moscow station.
Dusk at Moscow finds the Portland Turn disturbing the peace with the sound of Alco's on jointed rails. Doesnt get much better that this!
A Steamtown excursion to Gouldsboro passes the depot at Moscow with a pair of DL RS-3s on a beautiful fall day.
After stopping to discuss stuff with the SP(grain train) the PT-98 departs Moscow for points east. The SP had spotted a grain train earlier in the morning at Pocono Summit.
Lumber Pick up at Moscow
Running with two six axle MLW/ALCO units, the Portland Turn picks up a cut of lumber loads stored at the Moscow Station. A gentle snow falls while the ... (more)
The Last Pass at Moscow
While it was a treat to chase CN 3254 on the Pocono Mainline, this run would be its last run for the foreseeable future. The engine has come due for a m... (more)
The Portland Turn rolls south by the depot at Moscow.