It almost looks like the 765 is lifting a freight train up the Pocono Mountain grade, as it rounds the sharp curve by the hat factory, pulling a passenger train to Delaware Water Gap
Always something to see at Steamtown. As I was informed via comment, Office Car. Thanks for the info.
On the way to pick up grain hoppers.
"Old & Weary" center cab switcher looks just that, sitting in the shade at Steamtown. The NYOW historical society had the critter shipped from New Jersey for display here. uncertain at this time ... (more)
Single F3 leader.
Heading out to pick up grain hoppers.
ALCO trio waiting for a crew.
Single Lackawanna F3 leads the short yard trips at Steamtown today.
The westbound grade on the Lackawanna main line from Scranton to Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania was a helper district from the time that it was built in the mid-19th century. Here a Delaware & Hudson... (more)
A southbound Delaware & Hudson arrives at Bridge 60 in Scranton. The solid blue paint scheme on the U23B is quickly revealing the unit’s original lightning stripe scheme.
"Stablemates". The likelihood that BLW #26 and CN #3254 ever shared the same roundhouse in regular service is slim to none, but in the new era of steam preservation they can be found bot... (more)
With her train all stretched out on the South end of the yard, BLW #26 shoves the "Scranton Limited" back toward the loading platform. Behind her is the former Lackawanna Railroad sandin... (more)
Relics of the past are seen at every angle in the Steamtown National Historic Site. Here, Baldwin Locomotive Works #26 switches around the yard with the "Scranton Limited" as she passes ... (more)
Steam and Steel: Baldwin Locomotive Works #26 passes the Steamtown Mall on her way along the Lackawanna mainline with a train full of eager passengers riding the "Scranton Limited". The ... (more)