Two Alco's gleam in the afternoon sunlight at the yard in Scranton.
Two former EL C 425's work the yard in Scranton prior to departing for Portland, PA on a cold January morning.
During Steamtown Railfest 2007 DL RS3's 4118 & 4103 idle overnight in the Steamtown yard restored to their original D&H paint with only the road name changed to reflect their current ownership.
Steamtown's former Canadian National 3254 passes over Bridge 60 while making it's way to the site's excursion loading depot. This view is from my office at Bridge 60 Tower.
EL Flashback! Two former Erie Lackawanna Alco Centuries lift the Delaware-Lackawanna's Portland Turn out of Scranton on a bitter cold January morning.
While a trolley waits for cross-platform transfers, a set of PRR E8s pull into town with the overnight train. Unfortunately, the modern mall building, catenary poles and coaches give away the date... (more)
After unloading the passengers they brought in on a special excursion from Philadelphia, PRR E8s 5711 and 5809 pull forward to head toward the roundhouse area, passing another visitor in town for ... (more)
All three active RS-3s bath in the early sunrise in Scranton before being put in storage for the winter.
It doesn't usually get much better than this for an Alco lover in 2009! A monster grain train on the grade out of Taylor Yard for Harvest Mills. Five different Alco models under load with a fr... (more)
After working an eight-hour day and in the midst of what would become a nine-hour drive to Pennsylvania, I needed a break from the endless miles of Interstate. The D-L obliged with several units ... (more)
Two generations of ALCOs, an RS3 and a C636, meet.
Railfest 2009- Moscow excursion departs.
The Canadian wilderness, like no other place on Earth, except, perhaps, Pennsylvania. CN #3254 feels right at home this Wintry December day.
Railfest 2009- Caboose Experience Train Ride
I have never seen this before in a lifetime of ferroequinology: the view from a locomotive window on a spinning turntable. I can tell you, it was easy, it didn't take long and it was fun. I recomm... (more)