In October 1973, British Columbia Railway M420 645 emerged from the Montreal Locomotive Works plant in Montreal, Québec, one of eight to be built for the western Canada railway. The M420s were am... (more)
Mohawk, Adirondack & Northern C425 #2454 works the CSX interchange yard, the boxcar will be brought to Climax Paper and the tank cars will go to Slack Chemical.
A very short Delaware Lackawanna PT97 returns to Scranton with three cars from the NS interchange in Portland, PA.
This former US Air Force switcher is still working on a former US Air Force base.
The odd one in. Most of the Genesee Valley Transportation roster is dominated with Alco products. But former US Air Force 80-tonner 1670 is assigned to the Mohawk, Adirondack, and Northern. It ser... (more)
Visiting cousins from upstate New York.
Mohawk, Adirondack & Northern Alco C425 #805 leads its short train across the appropriately-named Railroad Street bridge in Rome, New York after switching Rome Strip Steel. The street and the tra... (more)
Only on the DL...
Delaware-Lackawanna PT-97 arrives in Scranton moments before sunset with four MLW/ALCOs in charge. In the year 2016, only the D-L can assembly a consist that inclu... (more)
Delaware-Lackawanna PT-97 heads west toward Scranton with a lengthy train in tow. A cut of grain empties from Pocono Summit had filled out the consist. It appeared that not a lot of fans were ou... (more)
Delaware-Lackawanna PT-97 enters the siding at Tobyhanna to switch Keystone Propane. This customer is typically switched on the eastbound run to Slateford Junction but on this day the crew will w... (more)
Former BC Rail ALCO, now a New Yorker.
MHWA Alco C425 #805 switches a customer in Rome, NY on a nice summer day.
The Carbondale job crosses Constitution Ave as a local artist paints a railroad themed mural on the wall. There is no doubt that there is a lot of railroad history in the Scranton,PA area.
DL C425 Nº 2453, built as Erie Lackawanna 2453 in October 1964. The unit stands in GVT's corporate colors at Scranton, Pa. The GVT scheme is loosely based on Alco's demonstrator colors.