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.
The Philadelphia Pennsylvania firm, the Baldwin Locomotive Works, built it's last locomotive by 1956. While we will never be able to stand in BLW's erecting halls, we can gaze upon this scene o... (more)
Baldwin Locomotive Works No. 26 slowly comes together in the Steamtown Shop.
The restoration of Steamtown's Baldwin Locomotive Works 0-6-0 #26 nears completion after a frame up restoration began over a decade
ago. The engine was previously owned by Jerry Jacobson of the ... (more)
Nuts And Bolts. #26's boiler, having been stripped down for overhaul for the past several years, is finally nearing the point of re-assembly. With the smokebox and front tube sheet... (more)
Baldwin Locomotive Works No. 26 parts under reconstruction at Steamtown's Scranton shop. Here you see eight rods, polished and ready for mounting. Hopefully soon that cab will feel the heat of a b... (more)
Brand new firebox installed in Baldwin Locomotive Works 0-6-0 No. 26. Nice work guys!
Steamtown's Baldwin Locomotive Works 0-6-0 #26 in operation.