Who knew that EMD built 0-4-4-0s? That's what the "builders plate" on ex-Reading FP7 #903 says, anyway.
What I did on my Summer vacation, redux: Early morning at Steamtown, C420 and C424 haven't been started up yet.
903 and sister 902 sit on the display track beside the entrance driveway at Steamtown.
Nickel Plate Road No. 759, a fan trip favorite in the 1960s and '70s, is brought back to life for one night at Steamtown National Historic Site. Jeff Adda poses with the big Berk as part of "... (more)
1/2 half of this locomotive is a pretty darn powerful locomotive. Soon 4012's sister is to come alive, for the first time since 1959.
The morning lineup at Bridge 60 included this impressive array of four and six-axle ALCO/MLW power. The trio of C425s at right will soon have MHWA M420 2045 added t... (more)
A Delaware-Lackawanna shop crew uses the beautifully-restored former Jersey Central RS-3 1554 to move DL C420 405 into the shop for repairs.
Vintage Alcos still at work for the Mohawk, Adirondack & Northern.
Delaware Lackawanna GP8 5460 sits outside the shops awaiting its overhaul
This is the brand new looking tender for Steamtown's 0-6-0 No. 26. It had been on blocks and the shop crew flew it today back onto it's trucks.
The CP Jubilee at Steamtown is looking very run down as it sits tucked away in the yard
Pit Stop. On the way home to Massachusetts following Homecoming Weekend in State College, I decided a quick stop at Bridge 60 Tower was in order. The D-L had a train staged to go e... (more)
Fireman Jim Yarwood inspects CP 2317 in preparation for a night photo shoot during the 2010 NRHS Convention. However, the scenes that Steamtown offers could easily take one back several decades.
UP 4012 and CN 47 sit in the yard at Steamtown in Scranton
A UP 4000 class sits on display at Steamtown