Ready to return to Binghamton, New York via the CP; special train for The Lexington Group in Transportation History's annual meeting.
This is the very first steam locomotive I ever saw under steam. I can't tell you how great it is that I can see her frequently since she is at Steamtown and I volunteer there. (Maybe one had somet... (more)
A brief rain shower made everything shine, but did little to clean the grime off of L&NE caboose 583.
Illinois central 790, didn't have much company for this years Railfest, due to the turntable being out of service for repairs.
The Delaware Lackawanna Railroad, C420 405, leaving Steamtown after being on display during Railfest 2014.
Norfolk Southern SD40E 6332 and MP15E 2423, lead the Exhibit car as they leave Steamtown at the end of Railfest 2014.
Steamtown's Railfest 2014 had a few pieces of visiting equipment, including Norfolk Southern 2423, a rebuilt MP15E.
What I did on my Summer vacation, redux: What would the Summer be without an ALCO or two. Former Lehigh Valley C420, one of Delaware Lackawanna's Heritage units, is mated with former Adirondack Sc... (more)
What I did on my Summer vacation, redux: Idle ALCOs in the warm Scranton sun.
Who knew that EMD built 0-4-4-0s? That's what the "builders plate" on ex-Reading FP7 #903 says, anyway.
What I did on my Summer vacation, redux: Early morning at Steamtown, C420 and C424 haven't been started up yet.
903 and sister 902 sit on the display track beside the entrance driveway at Steamtown.
1/2 half of this locomotive is a pretty darn powerful locomotive. Soon 4012's sister is to come alive, for the first time since 1959.
This is the brand new looking tender for Steamtown's 0-6-0 No. 26. It had been on blocks and the shop crew flew it today back onto it's trucks.
The end of the day for GVT's ALCOs.