A pair of four axles pushed two passenger cars (including EL 2) up in preparation for a special excursion.
Arriving at the former D&H Greenridge yard; after pushing two passenger cars from Bridge 60.
The end of the day.
The "twins" worked as power for BR-1 today. Here they have completed their workday.
On a warm afternoon at Bridge 60, two warriors of the DL roster rest after an early day of yard shuffling in the morning.
On a warm clear morning at Bridge 60, the BR-1 crew uses the quartet of six axles; DL 3642(the only surviving running Alco C636 in 2020) along with MLWs 3643, 3007 & 3000 to assemble their train t... (more)
One of the first stops in Pennsylvania was Scranton to see Alcos running. I was very surprised to see TWO DL RS3's in the BR-1 lineup for the day! After picking up salt cars, BR-1 proceeded back... (more)
Early bird gets the...smoke. First belch of the morning as the DL “BR-1” crew prepares to head to Ridge Row out of Bridge 60 on a muggy Friday morning.
A pair of former D&H Alco RS3's shove Delaware-Lackawanna train BR-1 over Cedar Ave in Scranton under the wire on the trolley line. At 68 years old, the RS3's are still hard at work on the DL.