Mainline steam excursion heads east towards Moscow, passing the University of Scranton. The usual "Scranton Limited" trains stop and reverse here.
3254 prepares to board passengers as it pulls into the depot.
Eastbound passenger extra on the D-L will stop here to allow passengers a chance to visit the restored depot before turning back to Scranton.
Steamtown Foundation Boston-Montpelier Excursion, has completed its stop at White River Junction and is departing on the next lap, to the Vermont Capital.
No. 3254 Left Eccentric Crank
Ken Patton captured Boston-Montpelier passenger excursion on the Central Vermont RLY during the return leg. What was hoped to be the first of many, turned out to be the only such trip. The locomo... (more)
There are not many Places where you can see a Norfolk Southern F7, and a Canadian Pacific GP9u. Both of these locomotives where given new life to them becasue of their railroads, the F7 was rebuil... (more)
Here you see Reading No. 2124 after her recent asbestos abatement project sporting a fresh paint job bathing in the warm setting Scranton sun. A few hours before I was part of the crew that placed... (more)
It is shortly before 7am in Strasburg, PA on a beautiful August morning as the fireman on #475 climbs back into the cab prior to departing for the NS/Amtrak interchange at Leaman Place Junction. T... (more)
It was a busy morning in Scranton as two D-L jobs were at work in the yard adjacent to Steamtown...an SB-3 grain train and PT-98 with the RS3s seen at left. Here Steamtown's Scranton Limited shor... (more)
Blasting out of Scranton!
With a full head of steam, CN #3254 rounds the bend and charges forward while on excursion to Moscow, PA.
Canadian National 2-8-2 #3254 leads one of the Scranton Limited trains past the Mall at Steamtown on a windy, chilly November day.