Recent "rescues" C420 and C424. 7222 was sitting on what was once Erie Mining property in Hoyt Lakes, Minnesota. 4204 was up in Canada and prior to that spent a short stint at Morristow... (more)
Two of Delaware Lackawanna's beauties bask in the afternoon
sun. The Delaware & Hudson logo on the boxcar notes the pairs' heritage.
50 years before I took this shot Don Ball had a similar one that I greatly admired. I always wondered if I would ever have the chance.
I guess I just had to wait long enough.
Off to the station at Steamtown to lead the excursion to Archbald.
Different angle of a spot I wanted to shoot for years. Steve Barry led Photo Shoot was well worth the time and effort.
Heading back to the barn.
In its' D&H inspired livery, one of the three RS-3 wearing black and gold.
A very busy Sunday at Steamtown's Railfest. The F units will busy the next weekend as another
excursion is scheduled to Tobyhanna. Plans are for the B unit to be part of the lash up.
" star on the weekends and then hauls freight all week. Completely MUable with all of her younger and more sophisticated cousins." are David J. Monte Verde's complimentary description o... (more)
A puff and a push: RS-3 drills cars in the morning.
Waiting to start the workday.
RS-32 leader this morning.
Quiet mornings far.
This Consolidation, built in 1920 by ALCO subsidiary Cooke in Patterson, NJ. Paterson was also the birthplace of Lou Costello. The 2-8-0 arrived at Steamtown in the mid 80s. Now tucked away behi... (more)
663 draws short excursion duty today.