After leaving the roundhouse and taking a spin on the turntable #3254 is ready to pull off the table and go to work...
A Canadian is awakened. High contrast BW.
Time machine - CN 3254 prepares to take visitors back into time. bw
Next stop, 1948? bw
After being in the the shop for several days due to a ailment on the tender, eng. 2317 returned to service.
While chasing the PRR E8s from Binghamton to Harrisburg, we ended up in Scranton right as Steamtown's Tobyhanna excursion was leaving town. A quick detour to the University of Scranton's Ridge Row... (more)
This is the site of the orignal Steamtown Museum in New Hampshire. F. Nelson Blount was still alive and soon Bellows Falls (Riverside) Vermont would be the site of the biggest steam locomotive col... (more)
They guys running the 3254 take the special north with one good plume to the siding at Hop Bottom, PA to run around the train. Details and information about the trip comind soon.
In a shot that could have very well been taken in Montreal circa 1930, a pair of Canadian National steamers go nose-to-nose as 3254 returns to the roundhouse after a long, hot day.
CN 3254 passes by the former DL&W station at Gouldsboro. The station is getting some finally touches, and is nearing completion.
CN 2-8-2 # 3254, tender removed, is under going work inside the Steamtown roundhouse.