663 reverses slowly out of Steamtown with a "wine tasting special" and passes the resident Big Boy.
Renumbered for the EL 323 (ex-DL&W 410). The DL&W purchased eight high hood Alco HH-660 switchers, they were rated at 660hp. Built in 1933-1934 and were numbered 401-411. William Clynes Photo... (more)
DL&W EMD F3(A) 8454 (renumbered by Erie Lackawanna) original number 805-C built 1947. Alvin Smith Photo from my Collection.
In its last week of regular service, a set of former Lackawanna MU’s rolls past the station at Millington, New Jersey.
The Tri-State Railway Historical Society's "Farewell to the DL&W MU's" excursion rolls past the station at Millington, New Jersey on August 19, 1984.
Flying white flags, a set of ex-Lackawanna MU cars on an excursion roll through Millington, New Jersey. The train is on its way back to Hoboken, and it appears that no one bothered to move the fla... (more)
Lackawanna 426 at Steamtown is an EMD SC buit in 1935.
Saturday's Railfest-ivities wind down.
The DLW 663 sits in the shops at Steamtown.
The ABA set of Delaware Lackawanna and Western F-units are featured in the night shoot at the Barber Junction Station at the North Carolina Transportation Museum during the "Streamliners at S... (more)
As it should be. I would love to see these pulling anthracite up a steep grade.
A very nicely preserved Delaware Lackawanna & Western caboose.
Tri-State's Big Three: Three of the Tri-State Railway Historical Society's cabooses pause for a photo stop along the Rockaway River during a Members' Excursion on Sunday, September 16, 2018... (more)