Scranton, PA was a railroad town in which the Lackawanna Railroad had a major presence. This fact becomes obvous when one encounters it's 1908 built massive railroad depot which was constructed i... (more)
Poor 'ole CN #3377, sits forlorn in the yard at Steamtown as a parts source for Steamtown's current star, sister engine #3254. The engine's tender, trailing trucks and even pony trucks have been ... (more)
Venerable CN #3254 gets ready to run Steamtown's yard shuttle after maneuvering through the yard in Scranton. In the background stands a former Lackawanna sand silo which could hold 90 car loads o... (more)
At the close of the Lackawanna Railfest festivities at Steamtown, Amtrak P40DC is moved onto the turntable as a severe thunderstorm gives the old girl a shower.
Built by Baldwin in 1914 for the Carpenter-o'Brien Lumber Company, this engine served many lumber industries in Florida until retired and purchased by Nelson Blunt for the original Steamtown colle... (more)
CN 2-8-2 3254 rounds the curve as it pulls its train into the boarding area to take the train to Moscow as part of Railfest 2011 at Steamtown.
"I knew I should have taken that left hand turn in Albuquerque..." The Amtrak 40th Anniversary Train on the display track at Steamtown Railfest 2011. It's a cool train, check it out if you can.
CNJ 1554 switching cars at General Dynamics in Scranton, PA.
Steamtown's CN #3254 roars over Roaring Brook in Scranton en route to Moscow one fine Summer's day. Third time was a charm, not only finding a sunny day with steam in Scranton, but getting the cl... (more)
Alco's survive in service well into 2011 as part of an all Alco roster of the DL. A set of Alcos can often be found hauling freight along the former DL&W main from Scranton to Harvest States Grai... (more)
The CNJ flag rises once more in the form of Delaware Lackawanna's beautifully restored Alco RS-3 seen here in Scranton, in Steamtown's former DL&W yards. A CNJ preserved freight house sits just a... (more)
DL&W #664 leads a passenger special past Mattes Tower en route towards Moscow, PA and eventually, Tobyhanna.
Steamtown, aka; the former DL&W yards.
An assortment of motive power can be spotted this evening in the yards of Steamtown, from left to right; A CNJ RS-3, a Lehigh Valley Alco C420, a p... (more)
A set of DL&W F's blast through the newer of the two Nay Aug Tunnel bores with a passenger special bound for Scranton, PA.
An A-A set of DL&W F's perform some switching maneuvers in the yard as dispatch watches from above at Bridge 60 Tower.