Clear blue skies and icy cold weather - CN #3254 charges past the signal bridge at Elmhurst and continues on towards Moscow one crisp cool Winter day in 2009.
The Annual Ice Train is chugging along past the Moscow Depot.
CN 3254, probably the biggest steam locomotive in the Northeast, digs in hard on the 1.5% hill with the "Ice Train," a heavy steel consist consisting of many cold, motion resistant bearings. With ... (more)
CN 3254 steams through Moscow, PA enroute to Tobyhanna.
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Steam In The Electric City. Ready for one last day together under steam, CN 3254 and CP 2317 sit in the roundhouse before the day begins. The one-time rivals are now stablemates in... (more)
Leaving For Work. On a bright Labor Day Monday, there's steam at Steamtown. With exhaust steam billowing across the roundhouse floor, CN 3254 backs out of her stall to go to work.
Engineer Dick Roden has put Canadian National No. 3254 away after the second day of Lackawanna Railfest in Scranton. All that's left to do is finish the paperwork.
The Last Day. On her last day in service, CP 2317 performs for a small group of photographers at the DL&W signal bridge off Ridge Row in Scranton. Unusually for Pennsylvania, the ... (more)
CP 2317 pulls the "Scranton Limited" past CN 3254 stopped at the Steamtown 'station' as passengers board for a trip to Moscow. With 2317 going in for an FRA mandated overhaul at the end of the day... (more)
No. 2317 pans the Steamtown Mall.
Canadian Pacific 4-6-2 2317 backing out to take the first run of the day at Steamtown's Railfest 2010.
The lovely ladies of Scranton! · Click here for a close up view of CP Railroad: Canadian Pacific RailwayLocomotive: Steam 4-6-2Location: Scranton, Pennsylvania, USALocomotive #: CP 2317Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: September 04, 2010
CN #3254 through the wilds of Scranton. Roaring Brook
Canadian Pacific 4-6-2 2317 enters the turntable at Steamtown on it's last day before the 1472 day inspection.