The D&H was an all-Alco road until three SD-45's were acquired. These did not stay long and were traded to the EL for three, U33C's. Here, one of the three waits with its train until RW-6 with f... (more)
NS 9336 and a newer ET44AC leads an empty Herzog ballast train south towards Harrisburg, PA. Seen here at the crossing in Wilkes-Barre; PA, Norfolk Southern was redoing the crossing.
Ironically with another company's circus ad next to it, L&S 50 shoves the Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey circus train out to the NS main one last time in Wilkes Barre.
Norfolk Southern's "Honoring First Responders" SD60E number 911 leads train 956 (operating as CP Rail train 2nd-931) across the Gauntlet Bridge over the Susquehanna River near Wilkes-Bar... (more)
RBMN YJPI with a little help on the rear from the MEPI work their way up the mountain to Penobscot yard
CP Train 458 begins the Decent down Laflin hill in Yatesville, PA
Like monuments to Wilkes-Barre's former industrial glory, these two relics stand proud under a red sky.
The deactivated crossing guards the former LV/D&H crossover line at Butler Street in Wilk... (more)
Delaware & Hudson's nearly new Alco C628s looking great at Wilkes-Barre. At the time, D&H was still 100% Alco.
This image would be the very first of many images I got of Conrail. We literally stumbled across these two former LV C628s making a move in Wilkes Barre, PA on April 9, 1976. In some ways, I gue... (more)
Trains used to run here, crossing guards dropped the gates and passengers boarded trains. Sad scene from the early days of Conrail when so much of the eastern lines were consolidated and trackage... (more)
A quick shot taken during the Steven's Tech senior inspection tour.
Three unit helper running light from Wilkes-Barre to White haven. The combination of two EMD F units and one ALCO RS 11 was very appealing.