South Scranton Reflection
The Shot of the Day...err trip perhaps!
On this particular weekend I made a little speed trip down to Scranton to spend 24 hrs with two o... (more)
The DL local parks along the Minooka Branch as the crew goes to beans.
The DL local has just dropped an Erie Lackawanna business car and an RS3 in the shops area and begins its trek back north to Steamtown Yard as it is dwarfed by the last of the fall color.
A former Wabash C424 is in the shops on her way to becoming Delaware Lackawanna 2409. (Taken with permission.)
A former Delaware & Hudson RS3 had found a new life on the Delaware Lackawanna (where she keeps her former D&H road number).
A one-time Erie Lackawanna C425 now wears an Erie Lackawanna inspired Delaware Lackawanna scheme at the South Scranton shops of the DL.
A rather forlorn looking former Erie Mining C420 sits outside the DL shops in South Scranton waiting for its coming Chapter Two.
With her 251's main bearings blown, Delaware Lackawanna RS32 #211 awaits a crane to remove her prime mover while her older sister, RS3 #4068 awaits her next call to duty. From what I understood th... (more)
After working a couple Plastic pellet plants on the south side of Scranton a pair of RS3's sore high above the valley on the old trolley line as they head back to town.
Ex-ARHS 1111 nee-LIRR 603/L&N 315 in NYC style paint is now under keep on the Delaware-Lackawanna for Anthracite Railroads Historical Society. This part of the country is a haven for Alcos!!