PT 98 passing through Moscow, about to make a pickup and continue east.
DL-3000 heads 3643 + 405 + 2453 and a long grain train to the bunkers at Pocono Summit, seen here leaving Tobyhanna. © www.Tanago-Tours.com
Delaware Lackawanna RS-32 Rolls East past the Elmhurst Reservoir with a short PT-98 in tow on 10-28-2011.
Delaware Lackawanna RS-32 Number 211 rolls East through Lehigh, Pa. with the PT-98 on 10/28/2011. An early season snowfall the night before can be seen in the foreground.
A ballast extra consisting of one of the DL's beautiful RS-3s, a GVT caboose and three former conrail ballast hoppers sits tied down in East Stroudsburg. This ballast train will lay ballast near ... (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)
DL 3642 and several sister units pick up a cut of grain cars before departing Scranton.
Just like the EL - Two former EL units are on the point of a short freight being prepared for departure from Bridge 60.
C-420 #405 is on the point of an inspection train that has just returned to Bridge 60 after a day on the Pocono mainline.
RS-11 from above. RS-11 1804 is on the point of a 3 unit set at Bridge 60 in Scranton having completed a day's work. In the morning, these engines will head to Taylor Yard to pick up 30 loaded g... (more)
The things that pass by my office - Part Two. A set of six axle units await their next assignment at Bridge 60 Tower in Scranton.
The engineer on DL 3642 keeps a watchful eye on his conductor before departing Bridge 60 for the Pocono Mountains.
Two former EL C-425's are on the point of an outbound grain train. Unable to get permission into Taylor Yard, the train is being tied up on the DL overnight in this late afternoon view.
DL 3642 leads the PT-97 train back into Scranton on an August afternoon, passing through the Nay Aug Tunnel.
A DL transfer run has just arrived from Canadian Pacific interchange at Taylor Yard with a colorful group of locomotives.