Seen from the engineer's seat of the one and only renaming Alco C636, the day's Portland bound run drifts by in full dynamics lead by a pair of Delaware Lackawanna's Alco C425s at Pocono Summit, P... (more)
Delaware Lackawanna's Alco C425, No. 2461, along with several additional Alcos and a Montreal Locomotive Works M636 in "Corporate Scheme" livery await the call to service in Scranton, PA at Steamt... (more)
Power for the Portland Turn gets underway.
Delaware Lackawanna train PT97 arrives into East Stroudsburg, tying up traffic on North Cortland St as former Erie Lackawanna ALCO C425 #2461 looks right at home on home rails.
After a long day of work for the crew, PT-98 arrives at Slateford Junction where the train will be tied down for the evening.
Delaware Lackawanna PT-98 rolls across Henry's Crossing Road in what would be one of the few properly-lit shots of the day. The sun was playing hide-and-seek throughout the afternoon and would us... (more)
Meet at Nay Aug Delaware Lackawanna C425 2461 pops out of the east end of Nay Aug Tunnel as Lehigh Valley caboose 95003 enters the tunnel behind a westbound. This was part of an organized n... (more)
EIGHT ALCO's in one consist?! Very rare today, but the Delaware-Lackawanna RR had a large pickup of over 70 cars so with that, they needed a large amount of power to make it up to Scranton.
DL 414 (painted in as-delivered Lehigh Valley colors) and DL 2461 (wearing Delaware Lackawanna's faded EL-style scheme) bring up the hind end of a heavy PT-97 as the train passes through Slateford... (more)
A group of Alco's await the call to service on a chilly morning in Scranton.
Setting up the Tobyhanna excursion.
DL 2461 rolls under the Lackawanna cutoff light power to pickup 47 cars left at the NS interchange.
PT98 arrives at the NS interchange on the northern edge of Portland along the Delaware Water Gap. They will drop off their short train, pickup 47 cars and grind up the hill to Pocono Summit and ba... (more)
Southbound Portland Turn with five engines and five cars rolls along the Snag Pond at Gouldsboro, PA.
The Portland Turn departs Scranton with five engines and five cars.