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.
With the last C636 in America leading a train of empties for Taylor Yard, PO-75 drops downgrade through the Nay Aug tunnel and gorge on the approach to Scranton.
The conductor and engineer plan their moves after coming to a stop in Pocono Summit, Pennsylvania with a trio of six axle Alco's. With the plan in place, the crew would leave part of the train her... (more)
Burlington Northern Alco C636 4364 rests at the roads Portland Yard late on a dreary fall day. These are former Spokane Portland and Seattle units
Delaware Lackawanna train PO-74 has come to a stop at Pocono Summit, PA where the train will be cut to allow for a dropoff of centerbeams at Trevdan Building Supply.
Delaware Lackawanna train PO-74 works hard upgrade as it passes under the former DLW signal bridge in Moscow, PA with a trio of six-axle ALCos for power.
After completing their work at Ardent Mills in Pocono Summit, Pennsylvania, the Delaware Lackawanna's PO74 has grabbed the rear of their train and is back on the move south towards Cresco.
After spotting loads and making a pull-by move with their empties out of Bestway Enterprises, PO-74 accelerates by the restored Lackawanna station at Cresco.
With all of its work on the Pocono Main finished, PO-74 eases through the Delaware Water Gap with two tank cars for Slateford Jct. behind the four big ALCO/MLW engines that got their workout earli... (more)