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.
Steamtown excursion train behind ex-CP 2317 passes in front of the former Lackawanna passenger station, now a hotel, in Scranton PA
A brisk Winter chill shares the company of Union Pacific's Big Boy #4012 as the 1.2 million pound giant sits poised in the yard awaiting her next assingment. The Turbines have taken the th... (more)
CP 2317 rides the table before being put away for the evening
CNR #3254 passes the Steamtown Round House as it prepares to make up the yard shuttle train.
After pausing to pick up some more passengers, the 3254 departs Scranton for Tobyhanna.
After making a brief stop to pick up some confused passengers, CN 3254 begins her journey East under a former EL signal bridge.
Steamtown's 2008 "Ice Train" rolls under the former Erie trestle enroute to Tobyhanna on a chilly Saturday in Scranton.
Canadian National 3254 hammers upgrade enroute to Tobyhanna with the annual Ice Harvest Special. This was one of the few breaks of sun all day, and the timing couldn't have been better.
Westbound steam on the ex-DL&W! CN 3254 puts on a great show as she leads the Lackawanna Railfest excursion out of East Stroudsburg past one of a handful of signal bridges on the line.
Steam locomotive has been turned to face railroad west for the weekend, passing under the EL signal bridge near the Lackawanna Hotel headed back to Steamtown.
Quite a scene in 2007. NYGL's restored Erie E8 #833 is being fueled for trips over the DL while Steamtown's "Scranton Limited" heads down the DL mainline.
...hence the name, Steamtown!