"Departing for the Poconos"
With my wife standing under the Amtrak herald for a sense of scale, No. 4932 languishes by the original visitor center building. The locomotive was later moved to Cooperstown Junction, NY, and th... (more)
DL ALCos 2045-2457-405-3643-3642 passing Cresco with loaded BNSF grain hoppers bound for Pocono mill
Portland Turn makes a return from the namesake interchange with NS. Thankfully, in 2016, this tradition is alive and kicking.
Now sporting GVT paint and looking great. The summer of 2015 had it in its' former Adirondack Scenic paint.
Delaware-Lackawanna 4103 (wearing original D&H colors) idles at the Steamtown Yard next to Reading 467 which is tied onto a small display train. In the background at right is the former Jersey Cen... (more)
A number of Delaware-Lackawanna units rest in the yard adjacent to Bridge 60. All four DL RS-3s are present, with a corner of one unit visible behind 2461. Reading 467 (not in view) was also pre... (more)
A collection of colorful Centuries gathers for the morning operations near Bridge 60.
The Lackawanna lives! F3A 663 is doing an air test on Steamtown's "Scranton Limited" consist while Delaware-Lackawanna C425 2461 switches out passenger cars for an excursion to Moscow.... (more)
The largest steam locomotive on the East Coast: Union Pacific "Big Boy" 4017 at Steamtown.
Afternoon short ride sets up.
Heading up the line of stored mostly ALCOs is former KBS RS-11. Lokks like it slated to get in line for GVT paint in the near future.
Formerly running in the Empire State, RS-11 1804 now works northeastern Pennsylvania,