Delaware Lackawanna PO-74 heads East through Covington Township PA and is about to go over Jubilee Road. The calendar might say May, but the veteran C636 is leading its train through a snow squall... (more)
Low early morning sun illuminates the scene as two Delaware Lackawanna crews are busy shuffling power and preparing their consists for a day of work. Soon 3642 will head east as PO74.
A mix of Delaware Lackawanna power sits in Scranton on a sunny January morning.
The C636 and M630 leading Delaware Lackawanna PO74 send up a column of exhaust smoke as they work hard switching Keystone Propane in Tobyhanna, PA.
A two-unit PO74 passes the former Lackawanna freight station at Moscow, PA. A little snow remains in this area from recent storm, but within a few hours the temperature would reach the low 50s on... (more)
Delaware Lackawanna PO74 arrives at Tobyhanna where the crew will spend some time switching Keystone Propane and rearranging their consist for a round trip to Mt. Pocono.
The crew of PO74 has grabbed a cut of loaded grain cars off the siding at Nay Aug. Soon they will be underway eastbound, heading to the mill at Mt. Pocono. The train is framed by an old Lackawan... (more)
Mill Meet. Genesee Valley Transportation's Delaware-Lackawanna 3642 (née PC 6342, Alco C636) leads PO74 as it passes Ardent Mills is Mount Pocono, PA on the afternoon of Saturday, November 9, 2019... (more)
Montreal Locomotive Works M636 3642 leads the PO74 with trailing Alcos 3007, 1804, 2403 and 2423 by the former Lackawanna Mattes Street Tower.
Montreal Locomotive Works M636 3642 leads the PO74 with trailing Alcos 3007, 1804, 2403 and 2423 by the signal bridge at Elmhurst.
A rare IC C636 rests at the terminal At Homewood south of Chicago
Southbound BN WP run through "Highline" train on WP Keddie Wye
The Delaware Lackawanna big Century Series locomotive rolls as part of a four unit set into the siding to wait for the NS to make the pick up.
A pair of former SP&S ALCO's were leading a southbound train through N Portland Jct
Most of Conrail’s big Alcos never saw that paint shop for a coat of blue paint. Most of its ex-PC SD40-2’s were quickly transformed to its new corporate image. Here a C636 and a C630 working out ... (more)