Meet at Nay Aug Delaware Lackawanna C425 2461 pops out of the east end of Nay Aug Tunnel as Lehigh Valley caboose 95003 enters the tunnel behind a westbound. This was part of an organized n... (more)
The Scranton area has been in the news a lot lately, with both CP and Nay Aug Tunnel items....reminded me of when both portals were clear of brush (and storage cars) and CP's presence was strong. ... (more)
NKP 765 exits Nay Aug Tunnel and enters the south side of Scranton after a long, but successful run to the Water Gap and back. In just a few more minutes, the Sun would... (more)
Delaware Lackawanna ALCO's bring their train out of the 755 foot long Nay Aug Tunnel built in 1865. The parallel bore was built in 1905 as part of the the DL&W modernization. It has not been used ... (more)
With DL's grain cars parked on the siding, NKP GP9 514 charges out of Nay Aug Tunnel on the main on its way back from Moscow as part of Steamtown's "Lackawanna Railfest 2013".
CN #3254 blasts out of Nay Aug Tunnel tackling the grade to Moscow.
There aren't a lot of places left where you can you see two RS-3's in revenue service still holding their own leading an empty grain train. The DL is headed through the Nay Aug Tunnel in Scranton... (more)
CN #3254 clears Nay Aug tunnel on a frigid Winter morning, en route to Moscow, Goudsboro and points East.
Canadian National 3254 must feel right at home on a frosty January morning as it blasts out of Nay Aug Tunnel in Scranton heading for the Ice Harvest Festival at Tobyhanna, Penn., in the Pocono Mo... (more)
Alco's survive in service well into 2011 as part of an all Alco roster of the DL. A set of Alcos can often be found hauling freight along the former DL&W main from Scranton to Harvest States Grai... (more)
A set of DL&W F's blast through the newer of the two Nay Aug Tunnel bores with a passenger special bound for Scranton, PA.
DL 3642 leads the PT-97 train back into Scranton on an August afternoon, passing through the Nay Aug Tunnel.
Train returning from Mount Pocono with empties for CP. The D-L 2452 is ex-EL 2452 and still looks the part in 2011.
Excursion returns from Tobyhanna. You can see Rich Jahn beaming with pride on the fireman's side. That door handle just didn't stay locked!
The Anthracite Railroad Historical Society excursion on the Pocono Main exits Nay Aug Tunnel.