The rebirth of the DL&W on home territory compliments of Steamtown, the Anthracite Railroads Historical Society (#664) and the Tri-State Railroad Historical Society (#663). Taken within the forme... (more)
Westbound Excursion at Steamtown railfest 2011
approaching onloading platform.
Poor 'ole CN #3377, sits forlorn in the yard at Steamtown as a parts source for Steamtown's current star, sister engine #3254. The engine's tender, trailing trucks and even pony trucks have been ... (more)
Venerable CN #3254 gets ready to run Steamtown's yard shuttle after maneuvering through the yard in Scranton. In the background stands a former Lackawanna sand silo which could hold 90 car loads o... (more)
Built by Baldwin in 1914 for the Carpenter-o'Brien Lumber Company, this engine served many lumber industries in Florida until retired and purchased by Nelson Blunt for the original Steamtown colle... (more)
Giving rides in yard, at railfest.
On display at Railfest.
"I knew I should have taken that left hand turn in Albuquerque..." The Amtrak 40th Anniversary Train on the display track at Steamtown Railfest 2011. It's a cool train, check it out if you can.
Steamtown's CN #3254 roars over Roaring Brook in Scranton en route to Moscow one fine Summer's day. Third time was a charm, not only finding a sunny day with steam in Scranton, but getting the cl... (more)
The CNJ flag rises once more in the form of Delaware Lackawanna's beautifully restored Alco RS-3 seen here in Scranton, in Steamtown's former DL&W yards. A CNJ preserved freight house sits just a... (more)
DL&W #664 leads a passenger special past Mattes Tower en route towards Moscow, PA and eventually, Tobyhanna.
Steamtown, aka; the former DL&W yards.
An assortment of motive power can be spotted this evening in the yards of Steamtown, from left to right; A CNJ RS-3, a Lehigh Valley Alco C420, a p... (more)
An A-A set of DL&W F's perform some switching maneuvers in the yard as dispatch watches from above at Bridge 60 Tower.
A pair of Delaware, Lackawanna & Western F's bring a passenger special through Moscow and on towards Tobyhanna.
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western #565, 2-6-0 Mogul.
One of only two DL&W steam survivors, #565 had quite an illustrious career. Built in September of 1908 by Alco for the DL&W, she was l... (more)