As a nasty summer thunderstorm rolls into the area, Delaware Lackawanna train PT98, behind 7 ALCO.MLW products, passes under a former Lackawanna signal bridge in Elmhurst, PA.
After drilling cars in the Slateford Jct Yard for over an hour, Delaware Lackawanna train PT98 is on the move westbound on the former DL&W mainline through the Delaware Water Gap alongside PA Rt 6... (more)
It's only 11 AM on Monday morning, but quite the crowd has gathered to enjoy the warm weather at the lake at Pocono Summit. Most of the crowd is completely oblivious to the set of 5 ALCOs heading ... (more)
A five unit set of Alcos lead PT98 down the "Old Road" towards the interchange with NS at Portland. The abandoned DL&W cutoff can be seen in the background.
Sometimes days don't go well... but, sometimes a day just works out perfect. And that was how this past Saturday went for me.
Whenever I am home from school I always make an effort to get out rai... (more)
PT98 heads into Mount Pocono as they cross the Pocono Summit Lake with a short trains. But not for long, as they are about to pick up around 25-30 empty grain cars at the mill in Mt. Pocono.
DL&W 1804 brings Delaware Lackawanna train PT98 into Slateford Jct.
Beside the bridge 60 tower, a five loco consist is spliting for the day's jobs.
Four big Alcos do what they do best as they attack the grade out of Scranton with a lengthy train for the NS.
DL 3642 makes a reverse move at Tobyhanna to pick up a cut of empty tank cars.
The PT98 passes Snag Pond with a short train. It will work at Tobyhanna and pick up some empty tank cars for interchange to the NS at Portland.
The PT98 passes through an ex DL&W signal bridge just west of the Moscow station.
PT98 passes the University of Scranton as it starts its trip down the Pocono Main.
In the midst of a heavy snow squall, Delaware Lackawanna Portland Turn PT98 passes the spur that leads to the Tobyhanna Army Depot behind a quartet of DL ALCOs, including the last ALCO C636 in exi... (more)
After working Keystone Propane in Tobyahanna, PA, a quartet of ALCOs, led by the last ALCO C636 in existence, accelerates out of town headed for the mill at Pocono Summit, PA.