Two engines at Steamtown... In a scene that will only be available for a few more weeks, Canadian National 2-8-2 3254 eases through the yard to pick up her train, while Canadian Pacific 4-6... (more)
For those about to ride... we salute you! Steamtown had a very successful weekend during it's now annual Railfest Weekend as witnessed by the huge crowd that not only got to r... (more)
Fans line up to shoot Canadian Pacific 4-6-2 2317 as it picks up the Scranton Limited yard shuttle, while Canadian National 2-8-2 3254 takes a spin on the turntable in the background. Also ... (more)
2317 leaves a stream of black smoke as she passes a parked freight with a caboose on the end.
Steam is still hanging on in Canada into the late 50s. A CN employee looks back at the machine he just spent the last few hours working with as he signs out for the day. Both, he and CN 3254, will... (more)
During Steamtown's Lackawanna Fest 2009 Canadian Pacific 2317's feedwater pump is blown down making sure there is nothing in the pipes to muck things up. Sadly, these scenes will stop soon with 23... (more)
Canadian National 2-8-2 #3254 rounds a rock cut just before crossing Roaring Brook and entering the Nay Aug tunnel in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
During Steamtown's Lackawanna Railfest, Delware & Hudson GP38-2, still in D&H paint, was on display thanks to the Canadian Pacific Railroad. The sun was nicely shining on the cab of the engine Su... (more)
The back up power for the CN mikado was a restored DL&W FP7 637
In the early day of Steamtown after the move to PA, the daily excursion was a run up to Moscow with a stop-off for visiting the gift shop. The big CN mikado was a pretty impressive engine for a to... (more)
The original Steamtown collection included UP and N&W Articulated steam. The N&W is now at the O. Winston Link Museum. The Big Boy is still with Steamtown in Pennsylvania.
Steamtown's #3254 races through Elmhurst with the annual Ice Harvest Train, enroute to Tobyhanna, Pennsylvania.
D&H 7312 sits in the Steamtown Roundhouse area as part of the first Steamtown Railfest. Lighting provided by Steve Barry and John Tully.
People wait to board The Ice Train as the 2-8-2 brings the train up to the platform.