Four DL Alcos run light through the small yard in Slateford PA. They will pick up interchange traffic from the NS H76 in Portland.
Delaware Lackawanna's Montreal Locomotive Works M636 in "Corporate Scheme" livery brings a freight up the hill past Mattes Tower and towards the former DL&W station. Note the still stan... (more)
A Big and a Blimp
Some railfans use the moniker “big” to refer to six-axle Alco and MLW Century-type units. Here a Canadian Pacific “big” moves to attach to its train in CS... (more)
Before it all got scrapped. MLW M636 CP 4723 is seen in a park in Farnham in 2009. The caboose behind it was scrapped a couple of years later as it was in such bad shape and of course CP 47... (more)
CP 4721 leads a train in Thunder Bay, Ontario in August of 1970. Bob Ferge original from my collection.
On a rare sunny day, a trio of Cartier MLW units are northbound with a train of empty ore cars
With a big MLW unit leading, CP train 556 passes the D&H Station at Ft. Edward. Note the D&H Logo crafted with wood on the station.
With a big MLW unit leading, the CP unit acid train crests the grade departing Philadelphia. The train was symboled #700, but the CP crew has turned the train over to CSX for the remainder of the ... (more)
CN MLW M-636 2322.
A Roger Puta Photograph
A Slateford Jct Turn comes into East Stroudsburg, passing the old Lackawanna signal tower.
A Slateford Jct Turn heads south of Cresco PA with an earlier than expected train as the leaves begin to mature for the summer in the dense forest Pocono Mountains.
The crew of today's Saturday PT98 have been busy with extensive switching done at Tobyhanna and Mount Pocono including a drop off at Bestway Lumber at Cresco. Five Centuries rumble by Gravel Plac... (more)
Approching towards Portland ahead carefully through the sea of new spring greens already infested with about a million ticks.
On a very warm spring afternoon, the Saturday DL PT98 job ambles into the Delaware Water Gap with DL 3643 2461 2423 3000 & 3642 with fifty cars for the NS swap at Portland.