Canadian National 3377 has been turned into an 0-8-0 by Steamtown thanks to the fact that she has been stripped of just about every usable part to keep sister 3254 running.
Not your average hitchhikers.
An old shot from 1988. L & Y no. 1300 at Carnforth, in the days when it was open to the public. This loco is now on the East Lancashire Railway and is currently out of use, under overhaul.
The fastest steam locomotive of all time 4468 Mallard. In 1938, this loco achieved a speed of 126 mph, a record which has never been matched. It is seen here at Carnforth whilst working a main lin... (more)
CP Holiday train taken just a little before sunset
The CP Holiday Train starts its yearly journey at Steamtown on a very cold Saturday night.
A young railfan examines the front end of the 7312 as it sits on display during Lackawana Railfest.
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.
Thanks to Steve Barry and crew for the lighting.
A dream turns to reality, well almost. Thanks to Peter Lerro and crew for a job well done!
DL&W 426 sits inside the roundhouse area as PRR 5809 and Erie 833 are visible in the background. Thanks to Steve Barry and Steamtown for making this photo shoot possible.
The fireman of UP 4012 takes some time to clean the headlight on Big Boy 4012 prior to departure. Thanks to Peter Lerro for the lighting of this shot.
While backing up, on November 3, 2007, Lackawanna coach 552 split a switch. This cancelled all long trips for Steamtown's "Lackawanna Fest" on November 4. You can see the gravel grade crossing in ... (more)
UP 4012 comes to life and gives everyone in attendence a glimpse as to what a Big Boy looked like under steam. Very impressive to say the least.
The trip to Moscow was canceled today due to this derailment.