A very nicely preserved Delaware Lackawanna & Western caboose.
CNJ 1554 and 2 CNJ coaches stops by the Delaware Lackawanna Bridge 60 dispatch tower for a photo run-by during Railfest 2018. In the background is the former CNJ freight house.
A returning "Wine Train" excursion heads back to Steamtown at dusk
Two old tonnage-maulers, comparing notes and giving us a chance to examine their different front-end styles.
Early morning walk around at Railfest.
Visiting cousins from upstate New York.
2409 is one of a number of locomotives to be rebuilt. This C424 was originally built for N de M, but was diverted to Wabash. with N&W taking in Wabash, it also served Norfolk & Western Now it w... (more)
This Consolidation was built by Baldwin in 1916 for the Oneida & Western Railway. Acquired by Rahway Valley in 1937, it worked New Jersey rails until 1953.
One of the last remnants of the CNJ in Scranton is this freight station was built in 1891 and marked the western terminus of the CNJ, which originated in Jersey City. A fine example of Romanesque ... (more)
Recent "rescues" C420 and C424. 7222 was sitting on what was once Erie Mining property in Hoyt Lakes, Minnesota. 4204 was up in Canada and prior to that spent a short stint at Morristow... (more)
Two of Delaware Lackawanna's beauties bask in the afternoon
sun. The Delaware & Hudson logo on the boxcar notes the pairs' heritage.
50 years before I took this shot Don Ball had a similar one that I greatly admired. I always wondered if I would ever have the chance.
I guess I just had to wait long enough.
Off to the station at Steamtown to lead the excursion to Archbald.
Different angle of a spot I wanted to shoot for years. Steve Barry led Photo Shoot was well worth the time and effort.