Spang, Chalfont & Company 0-6-0 #8
Built by Baldwin in 1923, this engine switched incoming loads of iron ore and hauled finished tubing, pipe and steel plate to connections with the B&O and PR... (more)
Welcome RP class of '13 - make room for another database guest: Spang, Chalfont & Company #8
Built by Baldwin in 1923, this engine switched incoming loads of iron ore and hauled finished tubing,... (more)
Awaiting the next call to service.
The Anthracite Railroads Historical Society's 1948 F3(A) sits in the roundhouse at Steamtown. Former BAR, to CNJ and now in DLW livery - that's one long ill... (more)
A CNJ survivor and Scranton landmark - built in 1891 at the top of a switchback, this freight house served as the Western most terminus for the railroad originating in Jersey City. An equally imp... (more)
A CNJ "B" unit finds itself in a DL&W shop awaiting repairs in Scranton, PA. In actuality, it's Anthracite Railroad Historical Society's former B&M F7(B) undergoing restoration. When finished th... (more)
Illinois Central Paducah Shops; circa 1942
Or, wait, no, actually, it's Steamtown featuring IC #790 under cosmetic restoration in 2011. I was reminded I had taken this shot after seeing ... (more)
The restoration of Steamtown's Baldwin Locomotive Works 0-6-0 #26 nears completion after a frame up restoration began over a decade
ago. The engine was previously owned by Jerry Jacobson of the ... (more)
Different eras of Railroading
The World's first ever streamlined bullet train! Not just some odd looking trolly that once ran at SEPTA, but rather, the Philadelphia and Western Railroad's attempt in the early 1930'... (more)
Waiting for a crew on this fine Spring morning.