In my first trip across the USA, I visited Steamtown, Scranton, PA. Dedicated to my friend Carlos Molanes, he is a really ALCo fan.
DLW A-B-A poses at Barber Junction Station during the Streamliner's night photo session.
DL 3642 prepares to leave Steamtown with a local train on July 4th.
Snow blankets the Pocono Mountains as a Delaware Lackawanna empty grain train heads west on the former Delaware, Lackawanna & Western mainline through Moscow, Pa.
Switching Vycom Plastics
"Through the Backyards of Scranton"
In this scene DL 405 leads two CNJ coaches South on the Carbondale Branch after a day of hauling passengers on the line. While the mileage... (more)
"Riding the Head End Through Town"
After a long day of excursions the crew eases their train through a parking lot adjacent to Steamtown with the conductor riding the head en... (more)
Along with the regularly scheduled Scranton Limited Steamtown was hosting an excursion that ran from Jessup, PA to Scranton and return. The train is... (more)
"Accelerating past Snag Pond"
The PT-98 accelerates past Snag Pond after running at a restricted speed due to track work. The train is being powered by a matching s... (more)
"Lackawanna Duo on the ex-DLW"
The engineer of PT-98 eases his train past the Moscow station as he prepares to bring the train to a stop for lunch. This edition of PT-98 feat... (more)
After being marooned for a few days in Slateford Jct after a broken rail was discovered, Delaware-Lackawanna PT-97 screams up the hill with a quintuple of Alcos with their Lehigh Valley unit leadi... (more)