Steamtown's former Canadian National 3254 passes over Bridge 60 while making it's way to the site's excursion loading depot. This view is from my office at Bridge 60 Tower.
Steam in Cresco. During the 2007 Lackawanna Railfest, railfans were treated to a steam excursion from Scranton to the East Stroudsburg and return with CN 2-8-2 facing westbound, seen here d... (more)
I have never seen this before in a lifetime of ferroequinology: the view from a locomotive window on a spinning turntable. I can tell you, it was easy, it didn't take long and it was fun. I recomm... (more)
Steamtown's CNR 3254 has brought the sold out "Holiday Express" up from Scranton. The brakeman gets back in the cab after helping disconnect the train heat pipe. '54 can now pull ahead, do a blowd... (more)
Steamtown's CNR 3254 runs around it's train, the "Holiday Express," in Moscow PA during the season's first snowfall. This was Steamtown's last trip of 2009. Steam in the snow was an early holiday ... (more)
Canadian Pacific spent what could be her last operating day shuffling a single coach through the Steamtown yard in the snow, seen here passing the bridge connecting the museum to the mall and a co... (more)
Canadian Pacific 4-6-2 2317 storms upgrade out of Scranton with a full trainload headed into the Poconos. In reality, the Pacific spent the last few years relegated to yard duty, seen here leading... (more)
Train is giving rides in yard.
CN #3254 on a near perfect Autumn day excursion through the NE part of PA.
As the snow continues to fall, CN 3254 arrives at Cresco, PA to pick up more passengers who will ride the train to East Stroudsburg. Although the snow is considerably lighter at Cresco, the eviden... (more)
Moments before a rare October snowfall, CN 3254 thunders upgrade out of Scranton headed for East Stroudsburg as the fall colors reach their peak on the trees in the Poconos.
The colors of Fall surround CN #3254 as she clears Nay Aug tunnel and dips under the signal bridge.
Pulling into Moscow with the Steamtown excursion, #3254 finds the Delaware Lackawanna Portland turn waiting on the siding. The DL #3000, originally from British Columbia Railway should feel right ... (more)