ALCOs & Baldwins! Baldwin Locomotive Works 0-6-0 #26 owned and operated by Steamtown, gives some railfans a nice blow of the whistle as it rolls into the yard to board passengers for the l... (more)
Baldwin Locomotive Works No. 26 rolled out of the Baldwin plant in Eddystone Pennsylvania in March 1929. Interestingly rather than selling it, the Baldwin company retained the locomotive for switc... (more)
PT-97 passes one of the railroad's parked RS-3s as it makes its way into Scranton.
"Honoring our Veterans"
Amtrak's ACS-64 Veterans Unit is seen sitting outside the Steamtown Turntable on display to the public.
Four big Alcos do what they do best as they attack the grade out of Scranton with a lengthy train for the NS.
PT98 passes the University of Scranton as it starts its trip down the Pocono Main.
Two Alco road switchers idle in front of the Bridge 60 tower.
A group of Alco's await the call to service on a chilly morning in Scranton.
"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.