Does this look like an N&W Class A?
In 1963, Steamtown acquired N&W Class A 2-6-6-4 1218 from Union Carbide Corporation, who had been using it as a static boiler at one of its plan... (more)
A well-travelled RS3 trails the Steamtown train as it drifts back to Scranton. Originally Boston & Maine 1508, the steam generator-equipped RS3 was sold to the D&H in 1975 to help out in passenger... (more)
CP 2317 works toward the entrance to Nay Aug tunnel during Steamtown’s first season in Scranton. The D&H RS3 is not along as a helper, but to facilitate getting the 2317 around the train at the th... (more)
Tender-forward under the old Winton Branch.
Mainline steam excursion heads east towards Moscow.
Passing under the old Winton Branch ROW. The D-L has numerous old bridges, signals & buildings left in place.
Famed DL engineer Mike Vassallo not only had to contend with over-eager photographers as he guided Erie 833 into the Poconos, he also had local wildlife making some close calls.
PRR 5711 emerges from Nay Aug Tunnel as she nears the end of her all day trek from Philadelphia to Scranton.