On a beautiful May morning, a 1922-built DL&W hopper is accompanied by ex-EL C425 2461 and ex-PGE M630 3007 in downtown Scranton. The former GECX MLW product will be on the point of the day's PO-7... (more)
3000,3007, loaded dump car and 1804 will constitute today's "PO-74".
The shortest PO74 (?) on record
British Columbia railway MLW M630 720 waits in Prince George yard for a train to head south in the summer of 1986. These units in the two tone green were some of the best looking units as far a... (more)
British Columbia Ry. M630 no. 710 leads a trio of MLW power on a southbound train south of Pemberton, BC. This wood bridge was rather unique. My best guess is it was at Rutherford Creek not far so... (more)
3007 receives some attention before heading out to work.
Delaware Lackawanna PO74's power heads to the Nay Aug siding to pickup 46 grain hopper cars. The power is passing the former DL&W Scranton station, now a Hyatt Hotel.
Delaware Lackawanna PO74 heads east behind 3007, with 46 loads of grain in tow. Parked on the old eastbound main track is DL 3643.
After pulling an empty from Trevdan Supply in the background, PO-75 shoves toward Ardent Mills where they will pull another 40 or so grain hoppers before returning to Scranton.
A pair of former BC Rail M630s lead PO-75 west at Cresco. The short train will grow by roughly 40 cars after they pick up empties at Pocono Summit.
With a short train behind them, a pair of ex-BC Rail MLWs are making easy work of the Pocono Main, seen passing the restored DL&W freight station in Moscow.
With a short train in tow, Delaware Lackawanna's PO-74 is seen beginning its eastbound trip to WestRock at Myrtle Street in Scranton.
A CP Rail M630 leads an M630/SD40/GP35/M640 lineup at the engine terminal at Agincourt, Ontario.
Two days before Christmas, Delaware Lackawanna assembled an impressive, heavy PO-74. Five units lead the train, while a BR-1 crew with three additional units assisted on the hind end. The train ... (more)