A dirty SD60I still in blue brings the extra section of 36Q east through Longswamp on a cold morning.
H76 heads east through Steel City with a high hood and and an SD40-2R bracketing a high and wide load. Although it is sunny in this photo, a half hour later dark clouds covered the whole sky.
The sun pokes through a small hole in the clouds as two PBNE switchers bring out the Roadrailers for tonight's 261.
39G has nearly finished its Pavonia-Allentown journey as it passes Emmaus in the last few minutes of sunlight.
Two CP units switch cars in Conklin Yard during a period of brief but heavy snowfall. The lead GP9u is one of only a handful of Toronto Hamilton & Buffalo GP9's that were rebuilt by CP.
Pennsy and Erie E8's lined up outside the Steamtown Roundhouse during Lackawanna Railfest 2007.
A rather rare S6 sits in Steamtown in fresh GVT paint.
A tower operator's view of an excursion passing the Mattes Street Tower on the east side of Scranton. This was the first time ever that visitors were given tours of this tower.
A special train of private cars operating on the Portland Secondary passes a crossing in Bangor. This is the first passenger movement on this section of track in about a half century.
Local freight HA13 heads west on track two with a high hood SD40-2 leading.
Air Products dimensional extra 052 heads east through Bethlehem with its usual caboose bringing up the rear.
A pair of PB&NE SW1200's pull Roadrailers for the 261 into the River Yard at Bethlehem. On the left is CSX detour train 083, with its long consist rolling around the curves.
This CSX SD70 looks very out of place next to the dormant blast furnace in Bethlehem. The train is detouring over NS due to a derailment in Ohio.
NS 213 has just crossed 3rd Street and is approaching the mile-long straightaway in Emmaus. The numberboard on the engineer's side of this Dash 9 looks like it has seen better days.
38G is running at track speed through town with three engines on a beautiful autumn afternoon. The lead C40-8 has yet to have a frame stripe applied.