The westbound Pocono Ordinary hustles out of Cresco after working Bestway. There is nothing ordinary about the power as the Delaware Lackawanna is most likely the only place where you'll see an R... (more)
PO-74 starts to slowly roll east after pausing on the causeway over Pocono Summit Lake due to track work ahead.
Pocono Mountain Power Delaware Lackawanna's C636 (former Penn Central) shakes the windows in Gouldsboro as it heads upgrade towards Mount Pocono.
Alco C424 2409, former Wabash B905, gets a little work done next to Bridge 60 in Scranton before heading out for the day. DL's Alco locomotives require constant maintenance.
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.
The colors of the C425 and RS-32 leading PO-74 nicely complement the fall foliage in Pocono Summit.
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.
PO-74 passes the "ARMY" block limit station in Tobyhanna. The train will soon be slowing down as there is some work to be done in town.
Working Bridge 60.
With their work at Tobyhanna complete, the crew of PO-74 makes haste 'round Steam Shovel Curve. Next stop, Mt. Pocono.
PO-74 glides along Snag Pond in Tobyhanna behind a 5-pack of ALCO's (and MLW's) finest. The Lehigh Valley and Wabash units add a bit of variety to the consist.
"Lehigh Valley" 414 leads four other ALCO 251-powered units east past the former Lackawanna signal bridge and freight house at Moscow, PA.