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)
CP #2317 takes the spot light during Railfest 2009 at Steamtown.
I know what you are thinking... Amtrak during the early days when they were still using left over equipment, but, nope, you'd be wrong. Former Canadian National #3254 leads a loaded string of for... (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)
The 2317 pulls out of the shop complex with the first run of the Scranton Limited for Railfest 2009.
2317 leaves a stream of black smoke as she passes a parked freight with a caboose on the end.
Canadian Pacific power through the years. Canadian Pacific Railway 4-6-2 2317, one of almost 500 Pacific-type locomotives employed by the CP on freights as well as passenger trains in the '... (more)