A DL transfer run has just arrived from Canadian Pacific interchange at Taylor Yard with a colorful group of locomotives.
Ex-ARHS 1111 nee-LIRR 603/L&N 315 in NYC style paint is now under keep on the Delaware-Lackawanna for Anthracite Railroads Historical Society. This part of the country is a haven for Alcos!!
Before heading to CP Taylor Yard, the crew will shed two motors as they only have 12 cars headed to Mount Pocono today.
4103 is just north of Steamtown Yard with a ballast train. The mainline to South Scranton passes underneath.
Saturday extra had gone east to Mount Pocono with grain loads & is returning with Bestway empties from Cresco passing Ridge Row.
Train returning from Mount Pocono with empties for CP. The D-L 2452 is ex-EL 2452 and still looks the part in 2011.
Pitch hitting in for the Reading schemed FP7s, the paired DLW painted F3s look stunning in the morning sun on a beautiful Saturday morning in Scranton. The Tobyhanna bound excursion train is s... (more)
The Scranton to Tobyhanna excursion train storms past the steamer shuttle as it heads for "Ridge" out of Steamtown on a beautiful summer morning. Lengendary D&H engineer Bernie O'Brian at the... (more)
2461 leads a C425-C636-M636 consist toward the NS interchange at Slateford Jct. The second unit, DL 3642, is still in Conrail blue paint as of this time in 2004.
Sunrise and a smoky start up for this fine looking M636.
Lineup of classic MLW and Alco motive power.
Five Alcos lead SPG-12 uphill during a brief but heavy snow storm. Despite all of the power on the head end, this train is still on its knees as the snow has made the rails slippery. Today's SPG h... (more)
Still in its' New York & Lake Erie paint, this former Conrail Alco readies to tie down for the evening.
Supposedly NJ Transit has plans to revive both this line and the station pictured here for a Port Jervis to Scranton commuter service. I'll believe it when I see it.