RailPictures.Net Photo: DL 4118 Delaware Lackawanna Alco RS-3 at East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania by Michael Foley-YONKERS RAILS
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Delaware Lackawanna (more..)
Alco RS-3 (more..)
East Stroudsburg Railroad Tower (more..)
East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, USA (more..)
June 24, 2010
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DL 4118 (more..)
Michael Foley-YONKERS RAILS (more..)
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The NHRS convention hosted an excursion over The entire GVT Delaware-Lackawanna Pocono mainline on Thursday, June 24, 2010. The eastbound run was led by the DL trio of RS3's, while Steamtown's 3254 was tucked away behind the RS3's for the westbound return to Tobyhanna, and led from there to Scranton. Seen here is East Stroudsburg's historic interlocking tower, and Municipal building with iconic clock tower. Much to the dismay of the entire proper photoline, the driver of the Audi got caught in our photograph, and recieved much graceful cheers and slogans from us.
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Bumblebees,Yellowjackets & Hornets! A "Hive" of railroad equipment wearing Yellow & Black! (In Some Fashion!)

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From a hint of "Bee" (NKP 765), colorful "Bees" (KCS), "Bees" w/ attitude, to "Bees" that "sting" your eyes, in their own way they have "Bee" on display! Equipment that "Buzzes" with Yellow & Black colors! ("Bees" can still "Bee" entering this "hive"!)
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