Leaning out the cab, the engineer studies the tracks ahead as CN #3254 roars towards the grade at Lehigh.
CN #3254 rounds the bend at Moscow en route to Tobyhanna with an intermediate stop at Gouldsboro, PA.
Handsome 2317, resplendent in fresh paint, gets ready for the day's work on a gorgeous October day.
Canadian National #3254 at speed in a Railroad: Steamtown National Historic SiteLocomotive: Steam 2-8-2Location: Gouldsboro, Pennsylvania, USALocomotive #: CN 3254Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: October 04, 2008
Reading 467 sits with its display train as the 3254 simmers in the background.
My dad (Charles Knox Freericks) took this picture of my brother and me (Charles Freericks - on the steps) on my favorite engine, Nickel Plate Road S2 Berkshire #759, which had returned to Steamtow... (more)
Canadian Pacific #2317 is lead into the Steamtown roundhouse after hauling an excursion to Moscow, PA.
Shortly after departing Steamtown, CN 3254 begins the climb up the Pocono Main and is about to enter the West Portal of Nay Aug tunnel.
Steamtown's gorgeous Mikado rolls across the rails alongside the Pocono Summit Station. She has reached the top of the grade and is now travelling on level track before descending for the Delaware... (more)
Doing my best Mitch Goldman impression, CN 3254 races across the field just West of the Water Gap. This was my first attempt at a railroad pan.
CN 3254 rounds the curve West of the Rt. 611 overpass. She is just about at the top of the Eastbound grade, and it will be all downhill into the Water Gap.
Both CP 2317 and CN 3254 simmer in the roundhouse after a long day of festivities during the Lackawanna Festival Weekend
The steamed and the steamless at Steamtown (say that three times fast!). Canadian Pacific 4-6-2 2317 pauses alongside Canadian National 2-8-2 5233 near the Steamtown roundhouse.
Boston & Maine 3713 and Canadian National 2-8-2 3254 under repair inside the Steamtown shop.
CP 2317 steams through the Steamtown yard, alongside derilict CN 2-8-2 3377. The latter is missing its trailing and pilot trucks for some reason.