Former EL 1239 & 1213 GP7s remain in their pre-Conrail takeover livery in the yard outside Conrail Scranton Diesel Shop. EL 1213 became CR 5943. EL 1239 became CR 5977.
This rail facility is now... (more)
Green and silver Baldwin Locomotive Works 0-6-0 No. 26 was built in March 1929 and was one of three similar switchers that worked at Baldwin, clasping couplers with magnificent machines like New H... (more)
Afternoon sun warms the nose of 414.
Ex-Pennsy Alco Century 425 No. 2423 leads the Erie Lackawanna Dining Car Preservation Society's 2nd Santa Train of the day. Passengers boarded at the Jacobson Hat Co. for a round-trip to Moscow.
Northbound Delaware & Hudson tonnage snakes through the wye at Bridge 60 in Scranton, Pennsylvania. The train, which has just departed Taylor Yard, is bound for Binghamton via the newly-acquired D... (more)
The Delaware Lackawanna Railroad's job SC7 with C425 2453 pauses beneath Bridge 60 at Scranton, Pennsylvania on the old D&H as M630 3643 creeps eastward overhead on October 3, 2014.
Nighttime in Scranton, Pennsylvania finds two Delaware Lackawanna ex D&H RS3s as they stand for a midnight portrait on October 4, 2014.
After swapping their interchange cuts at CP's Taylor Yard, SPG3 heads north out of Taylor on the main in preparation for a shove back into DL's yard at Scranton, Pennsylvania. DL 2403, an ex Adiro... (more)
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)