This is one unit that would be a great addition to the fleet.
In GVT livery.
NAFTA lash up at Bridge 60. With NS interchanging with the Delaware Lackawanna in Scranton; this could be the first of many "firsts".
A Century in the weeds; it seems that way. One of four projects on DL's "to get to" list. This C424 was originally part of an order for NdeM, but was delivered to the Wabash instead.
All aboard! Or, rather, last call, for alcohol!
In this case, at 11 am, it was first call for alcohol in Scranton, Pennsylvania sitting at the bar at the Radisson Hotel. If you look clo... (more)
An open door into the past
Here is a view of what once was the lobby of the 1908 built Lackawanna Railroad depot in Scranton, Pennsylvania. The Lackawanna Railroad had a major presence ... (more)
Steamtown's 1929 0-6-0 Baldwin built switcher ducks under the former Delaware, Lackawanna & Western signal bridge after passing the 1908 built DL&W depot which is now owned and operated by the Rad... (more)
The end of the work day for Don Colangelo and crew. Taken with the permission of the D-L; with proper safety gear.
Two of the Delaware Lackawanna's three six axled units await assignment early this morning.
Steamtown's 1929 0-6-0 Baldwin built switcher captured midway on the first of four scheduled "shuttle" excursions to the former DL&W station and a bit beyond. Note the ongoing track ren... (more)
Steamtown's 1929 0-6-0 Baldwin built switcher nears the end of its short "shuttle" excursion past the former DL&W station ducking an old signal bridge along the way. Note the ongoing track renewa... (more)
After coming out of the Steamtown North Siding, DL3 is shoving to Taylor to drop 43 cars and pick up 42 cars with a nice lash up and leader, and of course the famous open door policy which I suppo... (more)
ALCOs meet at Bridge 60.
Action starts at Bridge 60.
ALCOs at rest: C425 (ex NY&LE), RS32,C425,C425.
A pair of retired trolleys is shown on display outside the Electric City Trolley Museum in Scranton, PA. This museum sits opposite the Steamtown National Historic Site.