The Fort Wayne Historical Society bring steam back to the Water Gap.
One of the Delaware & Lackawanna units leads the Moscow excursion past the Lackawanna Station area. In the background is the Mattheis Street Tower.
The 765 eases through the Steamtown yard on its way to get coal and to couple to its train and head to the Water Gap.
Eastbound with excursion train to Delaware Water Gap,for Railfest 2015 , passing freight station.
As 765 backs toward Bridge 60, time seemed to stop, albeit briefly, with both 765 and 759.
If you can "visually remove" the Big Boy, the F3A, and the mountain in the back, this could easily pass for Conneaut or Bellevue in the 50's.
Nickel Plate Berk #765 leads an excursion on the DL mainline past the former DL&W station in Scranton, PA. The train is bound for Steamtown National Historic Site, coming up from the Delaware Wate... (more)
Two Nickel Plate sisters rest in the same roundhouse for the first time in probably six decades as Berkshire No. 759 is joined by No. 765. No. 759 has been a Steamtown fixture since the 1960s, wit... (more)
NKP 765 exits Nay Aug Tunnel and enters the south side of Scranton after a long, but successful run to the Water Gap and back. In just a few more minutes, the Sun would... (more)
Long time Steamtown engineer Dick Roden hauls lube oil for his charge of the day, 1917 2-8-2 CN 3254. It's October 2012 and ole' '54 has less than 2 months of service left.
In its early days after the move from Vermont, Steamtown struggled to attract enough visitors to be economically viable, and tried desperately to find its way. One ill-conceived scheme was to bran... (more)
"Welcome to Steamtown"
One of four surviving Reading T1's sits at the West end of Steamtown greeting guests who visit the park. The unit shares this track with a matched set of... (more)
The Reading Company in East Stroudsburg, PA
In the Summer of 2010, the Reading Company Technical and Historical Society #902 and the Philadelphia Chapter of the NRHS #903 participated in ... (more)
Amtrak - Now servicing Scranton, PA!
Well, perhaps not just yet! However, Amtrak did make an appearance (once again) in Scranton at Steamtown in September of 2010 as part of the National... (more)