A very colorful consist leads Delaware Lackawanna BR-3 east past Steamtown with interchange traffic from NS at Taylor. The mountains surrounding the Wymoing Valley are past peak yet most of the v... (more)
Delaware Lackawanna PO-74 continues east toward Bestway Lumber after dropping a few grain loads at Mt. Pocono. It appears that one large tree at Devils Hole changed later that all others in the a... (more)
Delaware Lackawanna 3642 briefly darkens the sky while passing the switch to the Tobyhanna Army Depot.
Delaware Lackawanna PO-74 gets underway in early morning light with grain and lumber loads in tow as the train passes the iconic former Lackawanna station in downtown Scranton.
Another of Conrail’s “Mingo Monsters”, C636 6782, travels through the engine servicing facility in Mingo Junction, Ohio.
Twilight at Mingo Junction
It’s twilight in Mingo Junction as one of Conrail’s notable “Mingo Monsters” waits to get out on the road at Mingo Junction, Ohio. It’s twiligh... (more)
The crew of PO-74 starts to rearrange their consist shortly after arriving at Gravel Place. Some of the tank cars seen in the distance are destined to WestRock a few miles east in Delaware Water ... (more)
Pocono Mountain Power Delaware Lackawanna's C636 (former Penn Central) shakes the windows in Gouldsboro as it heads upgrade towards Mount Pocono.
Alco C636 3642 roars by the station in Moscow on its way to Cresco, Penn.
The Cresco Turn rolls past the classic depot at Cresco, Pennsylvania, with one of the American Locomotive Company's finest on the point.
PO-75 passes the former Lackawanna tower and station at Tobyhanna on a beautiful, nearly cloudless, late-summer afternoon in the Poconos.
The "Pocono Ordinary" heads back to Scranton after working Bestway Lumber in Cresco.
Delaware Lackawanna PO-74 rounds Steam Shovel Curve shortly after departing Tobyhanna. 3642 led quite a colorful consist that included two "corporate" units, one GECX gray unit, the &qu... (more)
Delaware Lackawanna PO74 does some switching at Tobyhanna under threatening skies.