"ECO at the Turntable"
A CP GP20-ECO is seen resting along side NS SD60E 911, the First Responders Unit, at the Steamtown National Historical Site during Railfest 2015.
Setting up the Tobyhanna excursion.
The 765 is almost back to Scranton as it emerges from Nay Aug tunnel.
The 765 pauses at Mattes street tower before it doubles its train.
The NKP 765 excursion from Steamtown to the Delaware Water Gap climbs out of Scranton as it begins it's EB trip. The former DL&W passenger station dominates the background.
The Portland Turn departs Scranton with five engines and five cars.
The Portland Turn fires up the road power for today's train at Steamtown.
The Portland Turn starts their day working with a pair of RS-3s which they will leave at Steamtown for an excursion later in the day.
Reflecting on the importance of its largest customer on the end of Laurel Line, Delaware Lackawanna job LL1 switches Vycom Plastics through an interesting arrangement of industrial trackage. Wher... (more)
Quite the crowd was on hand to see CP 2317's last day in steam.
Lots Of Alcos. And some MLWs, too. I count 7.
If you really want it, and you work very, very hard, this can be your office. This is the view that the fireman of one of the greatest steam locomotives ever built sees while on the move. We are m... (more)
Canadian National 3254 steams on the old Lackawanna mainline during a Steamtown photo weekend in 1990. The old buildings in the background were later demolished to make way for the Steamtown Mall.