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.
Two DL&W F3's recieve attention in Steamtiwn's former DL&W roundhouse.
In a timeless scene, a conductor smokes a cigar while watching a locomotive roll by, even if it is being pushed by a diesel.
Things that pass by my office: Re-created DL&W F3's pause by Bridge 60 Tower on an unusually clear and cool July morning.
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!!
Railfest 2010: First Section of the "Scranton Limited" Short Train Ride. CP 2317's current boiler certification expires at the end of this day.
The NKP Geep is performing training duties with crews while 3254 is pulling its train for boarding.
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.
First big road trip for the "new" Lackawanna duo has ended, with the train returning to Scranton.