2124 is 63 years old and contemplating yet another autumn in Scranton. Back on June 6, 1961 however, when she was only 15, 2142 was the first living, breathing steam locomotive I had ever seen. Sh... (more)
The valves are hooked up at 50% cut-off, the fireman has the Standard Stoker cranking and 3254 is a-popping up the old Delaware, Lackawanna & Western 1.6 % grade out of Scranton on a grey autumn d... (more)
The colors of Fall surround CN #3254 as she clears Nay Aug tunnel and dips under the signal bridge.
A CNJ F unit sits in the rail yard awaiting the next assignment. She'll be headed back to Jersey, or, just maybe, she'll be hauling freight for the Delaware Lackawanna.
The hostler pulls 2317 out of the Steamtown roundhouse and looks for the stop signal for the ash-pit from the man on the ground.
Trolley pan. Philadelphia Suburban Transportation Co. 80, a 1932-built Brill car, accelerates through the Steamtown yard with a full load of passengers during the 2009 Lackawanna Rai... (more)
Display train in the yard at Steamtown
Canadian Pacific #2317 shows off her profile on Steamtown's turntable. The drivers for this Pacific class locomotive are impressive at 6'3" high. Currently, the engine is limited to yard shuttle... (more)
Choose your flavor - UP Big Boy #4012 poses next to an Amtrak Genesis unit visiting during Steamtown's Railfest in 2009. Just over to the left, Canadian National 4-6-4T #47 can be seen.
Montreal-built passenger power... Passenger locomotives from Canada's two largest railroads, both built by the Montreal Locomotive Works, are represented in this photo. Canadian Pacific 4-6... (more)
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)