The NKP 765 excursion from Steamtown to the Delaware Water Gap passes the University of Scranton on it's return to Scranton. At 6:55pm, the train catches some nice low light at the end of a beauti... (more)
On display at Steamtown for railfest, the electric veterans engine. They had a cab tour in this engine.
Backing up to couple to cars at station.
Two stablemates together again after about 55 years. While they were both alone in the Steamtown roundhouse, I bet there was a lot of catching up to do. Of the 6 surviving NKP Berkshires, these tw... (more)
Nickel Plate 765 is passing Bridge 60 tower, while returning back to the roundhouse after being refueled.
Class Alco and Lima power meet in Scranton. NKP 765 is moving from the roundhouse to the yard to be refueled while a pair of Alco C420s look on.
At the end of Steamtown's Railfest 2015, Lackawanna 426 rolls onto the turntable to help with moving equipment that had been on display. 426 is one of two EMC Pre-SCs built in 1935. Both went to t... (more)
CNJ RS3 1554 and a CNJ passenger car consist are being prepared for use on the Scranton Flyer.
After being topped off with coal, NKP 765 passes DL&W 664 while heading to the ready track.
Backing past tower to go to head end of excursion train.
On the turntable at Steamtown.
The old Lackawanna Cab Units sit in Steamtown Yard during Railfest of 2015.
Nickel Plate 765 visiting Steamtown poses next to sister 759 during Railfest 2015.
Delaware Lackawanna's Jersey Central RS-3 spent the day powering the Scranton Limited short excursion at Steamtown.