Delaware Lackawanna PO-74 arrives at Cresco with three loads for Bestway Lumber behind three "bigs". Foliage in the area was about near peak and the sun, which hadn't been cooperating m... (more)
The Pocono turn is passing Bestway lumber in Cresco and leaning into the curve at the station. The crew is racing the sun and the clock after going all the way to Delaware Water Gap now headed wes... (more)
The Pocono turn is almost complete with their work swapping lumber loads at Bestway lumber in Cresco and will continue their journey east as fall color explodes around them.
Delaware Lackawanna PO-75 departs Cresco with two engines and three cars during a rare sunny break on an overcast afternoon. By the time PO-75 arrived back at the mill in Mt. Pocono the sky was m... (more)
3007 leads three other ALCO/MLW locomotives and four loaded lumber center beams into Cresco where the cars will be dropped for unloading. The power will then return west light later in the afterno... (more)
The westbound Pocono Ordinary hustles out of Cresco after working Bestway. There is nothing ordinary about the power as the Delaware Lackawanna is most likely the only place where you'll see an R... (more)
The Cresco Turn rolls past the classic depot at Cresco, Pennsylvania, with one of the American Locomotive Company's finest on the point.
The "Pocono Ordinary" heads back to Scranton after working Bestway Lumber in Cresco.
Restored #833 is taking a "City Of Lima" fundraiser across the D-L for NYGL.
ALCO Safari Day 7, Delaware Lackawanna: Now finished with servicing Bestway Lumber at Cresco, DL Job PO75 (change of direction), pulls hard upgrade at Devil's Hole. DL 2409 in Wabash paint ... (more)
ALCO Safari Day 7, Delaware Lackawanna: Jumping ahead to Cresco, we see PO74 having dumped their grain/wheat loads at Mt. Pocono and heading down to Bestway Lumber just around the curve. Th... (more)
Fort Wayne Railroad Historical Society's Nickel Plate 2-8-4 No. 765 makes an appearance at Cresco, PA, passing the 1880's built Delaware, Lackawanna & Western station. At its busiest, the Cresco ... (more)
A pair of former BC Rail M630s lead PO-75 west at Cresco. The short train will grow by roughly 40 cars after they pick up empties at Pocono Summit.