"The Best Camera is the One That's With You"In a spectacular moment of stupid, I had left my spare camera batteries in my car before the night shoot, thinking my current battery was... (more)
Rebuilt Baldwin 0-6-0 sets up for Railfest.
Sand Tower SwitchingOn a dreary night with rain starting to fall in the late 1930s, a Baldwin Locomotive Works demonstrator 0-6-0 waits on a switch to be thrown before moving a cut ... (more)
Olive green and aluminum... Just as Samuel Vauclain intended. Baldwin Locomotive Works shop switcher #26 is seen in front of the sand tower within the massive Scranton shops of the Delaware Lack... (more)
On a cool rainy September evening, in the former Delaware Lackawanna & Western, Scranton Yard, we find the BLW 26 posing next to the sand tower as SC #426 waits in the background. This shot was p... (more)
The Beginning of the End- It's 1935 in the Scranton yards of the Delaware Lackawanna & Western, and an Electro-Motive Corporation intruder has poked its nose into the former all-steam stron... (more)
The Beginning of the End It's 1935 in the Scranton yards of the Delaware Lackawanna & Western, and an Electro-Motive Corporation intruder has poked its nose into the former all-steam stron... (more)
A product of the Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1929, #26, an 0-6-0 switcher passes the former Lackawanna switch tower pulling the "Scranton Limited".
BLW 26, a 0-6-0 switcher is putting a grand finish to its first year of service since being restored. Pulling the annual Santa Train on the former D&H main line now called the Carbondale main, it ... (more)
No. 26 being readied for it's debut after a very long rebuild April 27, 2016, Scranton PA.
The 2:30 p.m. Scranton Limited is ready to proceed east on the mainline to Ridge Row, near the University of Scranton.
Steamtown's latest steam rescue: Baldwin 0-6-0.
ALCOs & Baldwins! Baldwin Locomotive Works 0-6-0 #26 owned and operated by Steamtown, gives some railfans a nice blow of the whistle as it rolls into the yard to board passengers for the l... (more)
Baldwin Locomotive Works No. 26 rolled out of the Baldwin plant in Eddystone Pennsylvania in March 1929. Interestingly rather than selling it, the Baldwin company retained the locomotive for switc... (more)
This is the brand new looking tender for Steamtown's 0-6-0 No. 26. It had been on blocks and the shop crew flew it today back onto it's trucks.