Meadow River Lumber Company No. 1
Steamtown's 1910 Lima Locomotive Meadow River Lumber Company 2-Truck Shay captured rusting away at the back lot of the former DL&W shops. Looking pretty... (more)
The cab of the 4-6-2 Boston & Maine steam locomotive captured outside the shops in Steamtown catching some rays in November of 2016. Work to restore this 1934 Lima locomotive began long ago, in 1... (more)
BLW 26, a 0-6-0 switcher is putting a grand finish to its first year of service since being restored. Pulling the annual Santa Train on the former D&H main line now called the Carbondale main, it ... (more)
I could post a shot of dear ole' 3254 everyday and never run out.
Steamtown's new visitor center opening day, with the 261 being prepared to pull the 1995 NRHS convention special out of town, as No. 3254 simmers on an adjacent track. It was about 90 degrees F.,... (more)
Having arrived a bit early for Steamtown's Railfest, these two lightning striped beauties sit in the afternoon sun.
With my wife standing under the Amtrak herald for a sense of scale, No. 4932 languishes by the original visitor center building. The locomotive was later moved to Cooperstown Junction, NY, and th... (more)
Emanating a veritable Vesuvian smoke plume and wearing its DL&W-inspired "Pocono Mountain Express" paint scheme, the 2317 performs a runby during the 1986 railfan weekend.
The largest steam locomotive on the East Coast: Union Pacific "Big Boy" 4017 at Steamtown.
No. 26 being readied for it's debut after a very long rebuild April 27, 2016, Scranton PA.
Reading F7s backed up by a T1.
Former Nickle Plate Berkshire displayed at Steamtown's Railfest.
One of the newly painted Centuries sit next one of Delawanna Lackawanna's three RS-3s, painted in early
Delaware Lackawanna 2423 sits on display with DL 2403 during Railfest at Steamtown in Scranton Pa. Both units were recently repainted into the GVT corporate scheme at the DL shops on the South Sid... (more)
The 2:30 p.m. Scranton Limited is ready to proceed east on the mainline to Ridge Row, near the University of Scranton.