LL-1 pulls into Steamtown Yard off the Laurel Line (and past The Mall at Steamtown). The train has covered hoppers from plastics company, Poly-Hi. I'd shot former Tishomingo Railroad RS32 #211 a d... (more)
PT-98 throttles up and leaves Scranton behind. Lots of the old DL&W can still be seen including the imposing former headquarters/station, and if you look closely, the former Mattes Street Tower.
A Reading RS-3 sits in the Steamtown/D-L yard as D-L power awaits assignments. Note the C424 on Bridge 60 by the Tower.
D-L's southbound (railroad eastbound) freight, PT-98, begins its journey over the Poconos at Scranton. The train is on its way to an NS connection at Slateford Junction in the Delaware Water Gap. ... (more)
Delaware Lackawanna power gathers at the Steamtown Yard. A few tracks over is the restored Reading Company Technical & Historical Society RS3 467.
Delaware Lackawana 426, is a very early EMD SC on display at Steamtown, PA
After waiting for the Steamtown Yard Shuttle to clear the switch, DL 405 does what an Alco does best as she gets the Eastbound Portland Turn rolling out of Scranton, PA.
D&H 7312 sits in the Steamtown Roundhouse area as part of the first Steamtown Railfest. Lighting provided by Steve Barry and John Tully.
Restored Lackawanna SC 426 is on display at the Steamtown roundhouse.
An Alco and a MLW meet at the Steamtown yard.
A trio of vintage Alco's are seen crossing Bridge 60 as they return from the CP interchange at Taylor with a cut of cars for the nest day's SPG.
Lackawana 426, a very early EMD SC on display at Steamtown, PA
Reading RS-3 467 at Steamtown
DL power rests at Bridge 60.
People wait to board The Ice Train as the 2-8-2 brings the train up to the platform.