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.
Philadelphia Suburban Transportation No. 80, a Master Brill Unit, emerges from the Crown Avenue Tunnel in South Scranton, Pa., as it heads back to its carbarn at Montage Mountain. The right-of-way... (more)
Motorman John Sheerin is at the controls of Philadelphia Suburban Transportation No. 80 as it passes through the mile-long tunnel beneath Crown Avenue on the old Laurel Line in Scranton, Pa.
A mining locomotive rests deep under the ground of McDade Park in Scranton as part of the Lackawanna Coal Mine Tour.
Grand Trunk Western 4-8-2 No. 6039 shares the former Lackawanna roundhouse in Scranton with Nickel Plate Road 2-8-4 No. 759.
Engineer Seth Corwin looks down from the cab of Canadian National 2-8-2 No. 3254.
This scene with CNJ 1554 switching cars behind the Steamtown roundhouse was one of many provided during the ARHS covention night photo session.
This scene with an A-B-A set of Lackawanna F3's switching cars behind the Steamtown roundhouse was one of many provided during the ARHS covention night photo session.
Hearing these two old warriors gurgle while pulling a few cars around the yard made my 1000 miles trip worth it!
Steamtown's latest steam rescue: Baldwin 0-6-0.
Beside the bridge 60 tower, a five loco consist is spliting for the day's jobs.