A pair of C420s lead Delaware Lackawanna BR-1 onto the Vine Street Branch. The short train is headed to Green Ridge to do some switching.
A pair of Alco Centuries depart Scranton, Pennsylvania as the Delaware Lackawanna's BR-1 Job. Lackawanna heritage dominates the scene as the train passes under a classic signal bridge and the Lack... (more)
A pair of Alco C425's have been tucked inside for the night at the Delaware Lackawanna's new Von Storch Locomotive Shops in Scranton, Pennsylvania. The shops were officially opened during a ribbon... (more)
After waiting for MOW to clear up, PO-74 begins its eastward trip to Cresco as it passes underneath the derelict DL&W signal bridge at the Nay Aug switch, just east of the famed tunnel.
With a single covered hopper sandwiched between a C425 in an EL scheme and a C424 in a Wabash scheme, Delaware Lackawanna SC-7 has pulled back over the bridge and prepares to depart Scranton, Penn... (more)
The steam loco shuffle continues at Steamtown. Reading
RS-3 467 has moved and this Consolidation takes its' spot.
Reading T-1 is in same place. CP 2317 saw the sun along with the Canadian Nat... (more)
Wide view of Von Storch shop. As we know this was the former D&H yard.
With the dense fog lifted, the Lehigh Valley heritage C420 basks in the sun. Taken with permission and proper PPE.
Shop time in the new digs. Very impressive. Thanks to D-L
for their hospitality. Taken wearing proper PPE. The piano did not survive the move.
On a clear September night, Delaware Lackawanna C420 number 405 is sitting with the DL business car "The Deuce" on the siding across from the ex Lackawanna Scranton Station. Photo was ta... (more)
Delaware Lackawanna DL-3 works Ridge Row after picking up cars from the Norfolk Southern Interchange in Taylor Yard
Night has fallen after a day of ceremonies to officially open the Delaware Lackawanna's new Von Storch Locomotive Shops in Scranton, Pennsylvania. After posing for night photos, the three locomoti... (more)
Delaware-Lackawanna train PO-74 eases its way along Ridge Row as its train passes by Mattes Street Tower and the former Lackawanna Railroad passenger station.
Hiding in the trees after long careers hauling passengers, then becoming homes for circus employees. Kinda reminds me of the Katy Caboose from the book "The Caboose Who Got Loose" by Bi... (more)