"Honoring our Veterans"
Amtrak's ACS-64 Veterans Unit is seen sitting outside the Steamtown Turntable on display to the public.
NKP 765 slowly rolls by Cresco station while hundreds of people watch from afar on the bridge
A group of Alco's await the call to service on a chilly morning in Scranton.
Rare Mileage Excursion
In the 2015 season Steamtown offered a few rare mileage excursions on multiple DL branches. This would be the first of roughly a dozen rare mileage excur... (more)
I shot the G-5 at a railfan weekend along the Connecticut River on the old Rutland. The paint scheme is authentic but applied to relatively few locomotives and maybe not 1246.
"ECO at the Turntable"
A CP GP20-ECO is seen resting along side NS SD60E 911, the First Responders Unit, at the Steamtown National Historical Site during Railfest 2015.
I shot this at the old Steamtown in Vermont during a railfan weekend on the old Rutland rails.
I shot this on the old Rutland along the Connecticut River north of Bellows Falls during a railfan weekend. This is the original Steamtown before it moved to Scranton. I don't like mirror images... (more)
NKP 765 passes the station at Cresco on the return trip to Scranton.
CP 2317 works toward the entrance to Nay Aug tunnel during Steamtown’s first season in Scranton. The D&H RS3 is not along as a helper, but to facilitate getting the 2317 around the train at the th... (more)
The 765 slowly pulls pas the Portland PA train station.
The 765 is pulling into the small yard at Slateford. It will drop its train and run light to Portland where it will turn on the wye.
The 765 is almost back to Scranton as it emerges from Nay Aug tunnel.
The 765 is passing under the abandoned DL&W cutoff at Slateford Jct. It is on its way to Portland where it will turn on the wye.
Steamtown glory days- an excursion train returning to Scranton from Carbondale. The 3254 was built by the Canadian Locomotive Company in Kingston, Ontario in 1917 and retired in 1958; it was resu... (more)