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)
The things you see driving into work: NKP 759 is bathed in early morning sunlight in front of the Steamtown shop. Recent costmetic work to the engine has a seen complete set of rods and new jack... (more)
These units are backing downgrade to couple onto their train during the railfest weekend.
Steam In The Electric City. Ready for one last day together under steam, CN 3254 and CP 2317 sit in the roundhouse before the day begins. The one-time rivals are now stablemates in... (more)
The "Scranton Limited" powered by CN 3254 rumbles across Bridge 60 in Scranton while on it's final run of the day.
Retirement Party. Quite the crowd turned out to see CPR 2317 on her last day in service. As she stepped lightly onto the turntable, there was just enough of a gap in the crowd to l... (more)
The bags are packed and she is ready to go home. PRR K4 1361 is days away from finally leaving Steamtown after an extended stay. Here is to the hope that in Altoona she may breathe steam yet again... (more)
The Reading F units patiently wait for passengers to board the train for the 1PM departure for Moscow. A small trolley sits on the opposite side of the platform, waiting for additional people to b... (more)
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Lifeless. 2317's boiler time has expired, leaving her cold and lifeless in the roundhouse on her first day as a display piece. CN 3254 will now do the honors until whenever Steamto... (more)
Leaving For Work. On a bright Labor Day Monday, there's steam at Steamtown. With exhaust steam billowing across the roundhouse floor, CN 3254 backs out of her stall to go to work.
The Way Of The Future? After spending the weekend on display in Scranton, NS 999 appears somewhat forlorn as she's dragged onto the turntable by a bucket loader. After being aligne... (more)
If you think you are looking at an elegant restaurant...you are right. But you are also looking at the Tiffany glass incrusted waiting room of the gorgeous Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Scranton ... (more)
Engineer Dick Roden has put Canadian National No. 3254 away after the second day of Lackawanna Railfest in Scranton. All that's left to do is finish the paperwork.