Starting up 3007.
During the grand opening of the Delaware Lackawanna's new Von Storch Locomotive Shop in Scranton, Pennsylvania a trio of Alco locomotives pose on the east side of the new building. These three loc... (more)
Six axles and four axles shuffle around early in the morning.
After waiting for 2045 to pick up four cars earlier this morning, DL-3 is ready to push down to Taylor. Later , this mashup will head PO-74.
Pushing into Taylor.
Sitting in the morning sun.
Getting to work is a very short PO-74.
Morning moves at Bridge 60.
We definitely weren't expecting a twofer when PT98 got to Portland but here we are.
Seeing a C636 next to a modern geep sure put the charm of the DL into sharp relief.
Back when the DL ran Portland Turns they didn't always make it back to Scranton. Here PT-99 has gone "on the law" in Pocono Summit, signaling the end to a fun day of chasing it.
Former 211, repainted and renumbered, on display at Railfest.
PO-74 passes Snag Pond en route to switch Ardent Mills.
My usual spot to get this shot was blocked by Utility trucks,
so a new opportunity presented itself.
The locomotives featured at Railfest. From left: EMD F3A, ALCO PA-1, EMC SC, ALCO RS-32,
ALCO 2-8-0 Consolidation and ALCO RS-3.
After waiting for almost 2 hours, DL PO-75 showed it's face as it emerged from Nay Aug Tunnel west portal.
Crew readies DL consist this morning.