A trip from Steamtown to the Delaware Water Gap and back re-creates part of the famous "Phoebe Snow" train. Here, the train passes the former DL&W station.
A crew member rakes the cinders and coals from the ash pan of Canadian Pacific No. 2317. This removes the excess accumulated ash and keeps the firebox draft properly flowing allowing oxygen to th... (more)
Canadian National No. 3377
Steamtown's 2-8-2 Canadian National No. 3377 sits outside forlorn but not forgotten on a spur serving as a parts source for her (now stored) older "sister&... (more)
Nickel Plate No. 44
Steamtown's 1905 Alco (Brooks) built Nickel Plate 4-6-0 "Ten Wheeler" captured here in May of 2010 behind the former DL&W back shop. No. 44 was renumbered as No. 344 ... (more)
Meadow River Lumber Company No. 1
Steamtown's 1910 Lima Locomotive Meadow River Lumber Company 2-Truck Shay captured rusting away at the back lot of the former DL&W shops. Looking pretty... (more)
The cab of the 4-6-2 Boston & Maine steam locomotive captured outside the shops in Steamtown catching some rays in November of 2016. Work to restore this 1934 Lima locomotive began long ago, in 1... (more)
The crew of Delaware Lackawanna PT-98 is busy assembling a short five car train adjacent to the nicely restored former Lackawanna Mattes Street Tower. The small park at right is built on the elev... (more)
A very overpowered PT-98 heads east out of Scranton with six units leading five cars (two of which are out of view here). The train will grow slightly up the line at Tobyhanna where a number of e... (more)
A throng of fans observe the 765 as she moves through the yard next to 759 where the two will be on static display for the day.
After working a couple Plastic pellet plants on the south side of Scranton a pair of RS3's sore high above the valley on the old trolley line as they head back to town.
Steamtown's new visitor center opening day, with the 261 being prepared to pull the 1995 NRHS convention special out of town, as No. 3254 simmers on an adjacent track. It was about 90 degrees F.,... (more)
A very overpowered local heads past the historic Lackawanna Railroad station in Scranton Pennsylvania on a warm summer morning
Having arrived a bit early for Steamtown's Railfest, these two lightning striped beauties sit in the afternoon sun.