After the ME-1 and OL-3 crews met in Falconer, New York and swapped trains, the OL-3 crew is back on the move with 128 coal hoppers in tow bound for storage in Salamanca. In order to cross over Ca... (more)
The WNYP storage train of 127 coal hoppers passes a Farmall tractor at the intersection of Coldspring Road and Corbett Hill Road just West of Steamburg, NY on May 2, 2020. Never thought I would ha... (more)
A quartet of Western New York & Pennsylvania Alco's pass through Cambridge Springs, Pennsylvania with a train of storage coal hoppers in tow. The train is passing by the former Northwestern Pennsy... (more)
Delaware Lackawanna train PO74 rumbles past the former Lackawanna station with a train of lumber for Cresco, Pa.
Under a heavy fog, PO-74's power gets underway.
The WNYP ME-1 crew is putting together their train for a special move of coal cars for storage on the morning of May 2, 2020 in Meadville, Pennsylvania. The train of 128 DEEX coal cars was interch... (more)
After setting off the majority of its train at Ardent Mills in Mount Pocono, PO-74 drops downgrade with lumber loads for Bestway Enterprises. The well-restored Cresco station makes a nice backdrop... (more)
PO-74 picks up grain loads for Ardent Mills off of the Tobyhanna siding on a beautiful fall day.
After experiencing an emergency stop due to a faulty HOTD, the PO-74 is back underway at Snag Pond in Gouldsboro. Some color is still hanging on here on this gorgeous Wednesday.
Seen passing the Lackawanna freight station at Moscow, DL PO-74 thunders toward Mt. Pocono on a beautiful fall morning.
Delaware Lackawanna PO74 blasts upgrade at Elmhurst, Pa. with five assorted Alco and MLW locomotives.
With 35 loads in tow, DL PO-74 ducks under the DL&W signal bridge at Moscow. The freight station can be seen in the foreground.
After waiting for MOW to clear up, PO-74 begins its eastward trip to Cresco as it passes underneath the derelict DL&W signal bridge at the Nay Aug switch, just east of the famed tunnel.
After a stop to check the train in Moscow, PO-74 passes the pond at Gouldsboro. The DL&W had platforms along the banks and would harvest ice in winter, back in the day.