Storming through Tobyhanna: PT-98s departure from Scranton could not have been timed worse with regard to the weather. At most locations it seemed to be sunny right up until the train arri... (more)
A trio of ALCO/MLW products arrive at Tobyhanna and quickly make their presence known while preparing to switch Keystone Propane (siding at right). Today's train includes DL 2461-3000-3643 and al... (more)
DL-3000 heads 3643 + 405 + 2453 and a long grain train to the bunkers at Pocono Summit, seen here leaving Tobyhanna. © www.Tanago-Tours.com
The man in charge of the Ice Festival looks up from his labors as No. 3254 goes by on the high fill above Tobyhanna PA's Millpond No. 1. (Mark, this one is for you.)
CN 3254 performs a stellar run-by at Tobyhanna before returning to Scranton.
With an energetic engineer at the throttle three DL RS-3's blast through Tobyhanna with the NRHS convention train from Scranton to the Gap. The abandoned concrete tower looks on. (Wouldn't that be... (more)
The NRHS convention "Endless Mountain Rails 2010' ran a passenger train 'Pocono Express' out of Scranton to Delaware Water Gap and back on Thursday June 24, 2010. Pulling the train west from Toby... (more)
The NRHS convention "Endless Mountain Raile 2010' ran a passenger 'Pocono Express' out of Scranton to Delaware Water Gap on Thursday June 24, 2010. Pulling the train east were three Alco RS3 unit... (more)
Doing what they do best, 5 ALCOs some it up as they pass the Tobyhanna Army Depot.
CN 3254 delights the fans as she performs an impressive run-by at Tobyhanna, PA.
Neither snow, nor rain, nor sleet, nor hail shall keep CN #3254 from completion of her appointed rounds!
CN #3254 on a near perfect Autumn day excursion through the NE part of PA.
The Pocono Express passes the former DL&W tower in Tobyhanna. The trip is sponsored by the Erie-Lackawanna Dining Car Society. Passengers are riding comfortably in the LV Business Car 353 and the ... (more)
Arctic Autumn Blast!
Returning to make one last pickup before heading north back to Scranton. Nice lashup of C420 '405', RS32 '211' & RS11 '1804' on this warm day in October.