The NS 9-1-1 sits on display at the roundhouse at Steamtown with one of CP's GP20C-ECO units. The scene tells a story as in just a few days NS will take over CP's D&H Southend through Scranton. Ph... (more)
Two Nickel Plate sisters rest in the same roundhouse for the first time in probably six decades as Berkshire No. 759 is joined by No. 765. No. 759 has been a Steamtown fixture since the 1960s, wit... (more)
"DL&W 664" leads the "Scranton Limited" past Mattes Street Tower on its short hop from Steamtown National Historic Site to the former DL&W station in Scranton.
765 climbs out of Scranton Pa and looses her footing for a second. This started what would be a great day in PA
The trio of Lackawanna units enjoys the cool summer evening after a busy day of Railfest 2015.
NKP 765 exits Nay Aug Tunnel and enters the south side of Scranton after a long, but successful run to the Water Gap and back. In just a few more minutes, the Sun would... (more)
"Moving Around Steamtown"
Generations of railroading history sits side by side at Steamtown.
Former New York & Lake Erie C424 soaks up the morning sun. Hey, could you guys paint this one already?
664 draws yard shuttle duty today. here it is in the process of getting into position.
Former Grand Trunk Western Mountain (4-8-2) repainted, just in time for next week's Railfest.
"Switching on Bridge 60"
In my first trip across the USA, I visited Steamtown, Scranton, PA. Dedicated to my friend Carlos Molanes, he is a really ALCo fan.
Long time Steamtown engineer Dick Roden hauls lube oil for his charge of the day, 1917 2-8-2 CN 3254. It's October 2012 and ole' '54 has less than 2 months of service left.