During a night photo session at the newly opened Delaware Lackawanna Von Storch shops, DL 2045, an MLW M420W, poses for photos inside the shop before being put away for the night.
These four axles get the day off. I hope the transfer caboose is slated for paint in the near future.
On this day PT-97 is led by a matching consist of "corporate" painted units. The five units are bringing a unit train of grain loads west from the NS interchange at Portland. The last remnants of ... (more)
PT-98 passes the recently opened view of the former Lackawanna Cutoff bridge, which has been dormant for decades. Much talk is going on about getting rail service back from NYC to Scranton, but no... (more)
PT98 pushes across the State Parking Lot, into Bridge 60. The train will add more empty freight cars in Scranton, before heading east to Slateford Junction.
PT98 has just finished building its train and is leaving Scranton. The train is accelerating as it passes through Ridge Row, en route to the Norfolk Southern interchange at Slateford Junction.
A bit of sunshine illuminates PT98 on an otherwise cloudy day.
PT98 hustles east.
Delaware Lackawanna conductor flags the Lackawanna street crossing before continuing on to the Steamtown yard
Gutted by fire. The former Delaware Lackawanna & Western station in East Stroudsburg was gutted by a fire early Monday morning. The depot, built in 1856, was home to a bar and restaurant na... (more)
With Tower 60 in the background, Delaware Lackawanna power lays over on a sunny Sunday morning.
Delaware Lackawanna power gathers at the Steamtown Yard. A few tracks over is the restored Reading Company Technical & Historical Society RS3 467.