A portion of DL's dead line is seen in the dead of night, DL RS11 1805 was built for Central Vermont and was last owned by the Winchester & Western. DL RS11 324 was built for Southern Pacific, it ... (more)
Highballing north through Tobyhanna behind five Alcos
Grain train for Pocono behind five Alcos
The Carbondale job gets ready at Bridge 60 while the six axles wait for their next assignment.
The Fall Foliage excursion train comes through Cresco behind a pair of C425's and a frienly blow of the horn from engineer Chad.
An ex Belt Railway of Chicago geep watches DL M636 #3643 switch the grain mill at Pocono.
A quartet of Deleware Lackawanna Alcos chug by the Tobyhanna station with an empty grain train
Many thanks to the guys and their efforts at the DL who maintain a full fleet of Alco products! On the first day of our visit to the DL, we followed LL1 around for a while. C420 Nș405 and M420 Nș2... (more)
C636 Nș3642 leads M636 Nș3643 power the return run of SP3 to Scranton.
One of the two remaining D&H painted units on CP's roster stands in Scranton, Pa. at Taylor Yard for a portrait.
D-703 made a surprise stop in Hollsopple, PA on September 26th. With the crossing protection out of service, the conductor was forced to flag the PA 403 crossing. The borough's restored B&O depo... (more)