Former CNJ F3s #56 and #57, now DLW 664 and 663 bask in the sun during Steamtown's Labor Day Weekend Railfest.
A colorful CP 159 heads through Scranton. This is one of 7304's first runs on home rails since it was released from an overhaul earlier this month. 7304 is one of three remaining Delaware & Hudson... (more)
Departing Scranton for Hoboken
Still in its' New York & Lake Erie paint, this former Conrail Alco readies to tie down for the evening.
CN 3254 makes her appearance known at Nay Aug Tunnel during a Steamtown excursion to Tobyhanna, PA.
CN 3254, probably the biggest steam locomotive in the Northeast, digs in hard on the 1.5% hill with the "Ice Train," a heavy steel consist consisting of many cold, motion resistant bearings. With ... (more)
CN 3254 pulls this year's Ice Harvest Train up the grade out of Steamtown, past the old Lackawanna Station Building.
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On a frigid winter morning, Canadian National 3254 storms out of Nay Aug tunnel on the way to Tobyhanna with Steamtown's Ice Harvest Train. The train takes passengers to Tobyhanna where they are s... (more)
Retro Flair. The trio of Delaware Lackawanna RS-3s arrive at the former Lackawanna Depot in Scranton, ready to haul passengers on the "Pocono Express" out to the Delaware Water Gap. The tra... (more)
Alco RS-3s #4068 & #4103 set back across Lackawanna Avenue, with a train for the south side of Scranton on July 12 2010.
C424 in the glorious Erie Lackawanna scheme idles the chilly day away with 5 other Alcos.
Delaware-Lackawanna RS-3s #4068 and #4103 switch near Scranton university on July 12 2010. A few more images are available here: http://www.railpictures.net/photos/the_alco_safaris/sets/
#211 leads #2461 (a C425) and #405 (a C420) into Scranton and under Bridge 60 with a trip working from Carbondale. See more at www.youthwith.fotopic.net
Back To The Future. In the largest city in Lackawanna County, the Lackawanna once again lives on through the work of the ARHS and Tri-State NRHS, who teamed up to repaint their F3 s... (more)
The surrounding homes of Scranton on the hill in the background make for a nice backdrop for the Reading F7s as they lead a Moscow-bound excursion out of Steamtown. The building on the right is th... (more)