The crew of PO74 arrived at Tobyhanna with a train of mostly grain loads for Ardent Mills in Mt. Pocono. After some switching at Tobyhanna, a cut of loaded centerbeam cars for Bestway in Cresco h... (more)
A 5-unit PO74 does a bit of switching adjacent to the former Lackawanna tower at Tobyhanna. A fresh blanket of snow completes this pre-Christmas scene.
We're in the cab of a 70-year old operating F3A with mostly original equipment, including the Barco speed recorder. No. 663 was built for the Bangor & Aroostook in May, 1948 as their No. 44 and i... (more)
The Delaware-Lackawanna's big Century 636, at the moment of startup, emanating a typical Alco-like burst of thick, black smoke. The 3642 was built in April of 1968 as the Penn Central No. 6342.
Delaware Lackawanna train PT-98 with C420 414 on the point of a 5 unit consist, departs Tobyhanna under clearing skies. The 415 is painted in it's original Lehigh Valley "yellowjacket" p... (more)
"ALCOs in the Fall"
DL 2403 and a DL hi-rail truck sit west of the Tobyhanna depot. These units were left on the main during switching moves on the adjacent siding, as they were tacked onto the rear of the train for... (more)
The Phoebe Snow Special is westbound to Scranton, passing the old DL&W tower in Tobyhanna.
765 speeds through Tobyhanna past a D-L local.
Delaware-Lackawanna PT-97 enters the siding at Tobyhanna to switch Keystone Propane. This customer is typically switched on the eastbound run to Slateford Junction but on this day the crew will w... (more)
"Hauling Thru Toby"
"Fresh Overhaul on the Special"
"Slowing for the Drop"
PT-97 kicks up dust as it rolls into Tobyhanna. It will drop off some tank cars before continuing to Scranton.