Tom Wyatt engineer, watches his fireman Jack Emerick III dump CN 3254's ash while trainman Jeffery David Knoop looks on.
765 moves through the yard before going on static display at Steamtown Railfest 2015
Beautifully restored Jersey Central RS-3 rests at Delaware Lackawanna shops.
Starting up at Steamtown.
Changes to the string of ALCOs sitting at Delaware Lackawanna's shops. Work has started on an FA, ex KB&S is waiting for work. Seems like Colangelo has a surprise every week.
Always liked the simplicity of the old D&H scheme.
Test run of C425 in fresh GVT livery. This unit formerly was in New York & Lake Erie very faded colors.
Only on the DL...
Delaware-Lackawanna PT-97 arrives in Scranton moments before sunset with four MLW/ALCOs in charge. In the year 2016, only the D-L can assembly a consist that inclu... (more)
"Shoving Past the Dispatcher"
A beautiful brisk morning at Bridge 60 as these sharp warriors rest for the holiday weekend.
Lackawanna F3 heads today's yard excursions, passing the two newly painted C425s.
Coupled for the first time are the latest C425s to be adorned in the GVT livery.
Rain is heading toward Scranton, but these three ALCOs are unfazed. The one on the right has been recently repainted into GVT livery.
Delaware-Lackawanna's recently repainted C425s are nearly done with their day after returning from NS Taylor Yard.