Making an incredible din, a heavy PT97 with five matched corporates slugs up the pocono summit north of Harvest Mills with a heavy freight in the light rain.
Going away view as the PT98 arrives lite power to retrieve it's NS H76 interchange.
An interesting full day for the crew of the PT97 seen here departing town along Route 611 at Delaware Avenue with the NS H76 interchange. Earlier the crew with a nice five unit set of corporate ... (more)
My first shot of the rainy morning as the PT97 from yesterday chugs up the mountain with some heavy loaded sand cars with five uniformed Centuries making a wonderful sound as they approach the ou... (more)
PT97 has coupled onto the NS delivery and is pulling the train up to Slateford Jct for some switching before heading back to Scranton.
A six pack of matching D-L "corporate scheme" Alcos and MLWs roar through E. Stroudsburg, PA with the PT97. The 2045 leads the 3643, 2457,405,2423, and 3642. The third and fifth units ar... (more)
PT97 is rounding the curve into East Stroudsburg and will soon pass under Route 80 on its westbound return to Scranton.
PT97 is pulling through the residential backyards of the small town of Slateford after meeting NS H76 at Portland where the two railroads now interchange large trains. 2045 has four Alco mates to ... (more)
Delaware-Lackawanna 405 is exiting the confining darkness of Forge Cut and bursting into the late afternoon golden sunshine en route back to Scranton with the PT97.
Delaware-Lackawanna PT-97 climbing the east slope of the Pocono Mountains at Cresco.
DL job PT97 makes it's breif pause in Tobyhanna, Pennsylvania with M636 Nș3643 leading the day's train.
DL PT97 heads back to Scranton after picking up cars from NS at Slateford.
Portland Turn is making some noise cresting the grade headed back to Scranton.
In the teeth of the grade headed back to Scranton, DL 405 and 4 other ALCOs dig in to get their train over the Pocono Mountains on a beautiful late Memorial Day weekend.
DL 405 leads 4 sisters through East Stroudsburg as they begin their Westbound assault on the Pocono Mountain grade.