Today's Pocono turn thunders past the Lackawanna signal bridge in Elmhurst while fall colors explode.
The Pocono turn passes the tower in East Straudsburg and heads back to Scranton after dropping cars at the paper mill in Delaware Water Gap. Built in 1908, the East Stroudsburg Railroad Tower stan... (more)
4 DL units, each a rarity in their own rights, hide out under Linden Rd as the sun comes up on another day in Scranton, PA. The sun managed to find a gap as it rose over an otherwise overcast day.
The Pocono turn is almost complete with their work swapping lumber loads at Bestway lumber in Cresco and will continue their journey east as fall color explodes around them.
Cresting the grade and putting on a smoke show.
Originally Delaware, Lackawanna & Western #409, the 80-year-old HH660 waits for hopeful restoration and its turn in the shop while the SC7, the Carbondale job builds its train for the day.
Its been a long day for the Delaware Lackawanna road crew and they are making a run at getting back home before running out of hours. Once they pass all is again quiet and it signals the end of an... (more)
With a double ended (power) DL-3 this morning; PO-74 got underway later than usual. Passing through Gouldsboro en route to switch Toby.
Freshly painted 2409 leads sand cars out of Taylor to Carbon.
Puffs of smoke and off to work.
Pushing sand cars into Taylor.
Delaware Lackawanna power idling at Scranton.
Previous evening's arrival from Taylor is still intact. 2457 and 2409 will haul a high and wide to the Water Gap later this morning. The hoppers will be led by a trio of six axles on PO-84.
With PO-74 at the Water Gap, a PO-84 was needed today.
PO-74 with a high and wide load to the Water Gap.