During Steamtown's Railfest weekend, Delaware Lackawanna owned CNJ RS-3 1554 was used to power the Scranton Limited trains. Here, the train in close to the outer yard limits, being between the Ma... (more)
Bruce Mowbray is hard at work inside the Steamtown roundhouse preparing 0-6-0 No. 26 for the day.
On April 5, 1985, Steamtown acquired former Nickel Plate Road GP9 514 from the Norfolk & Western as part of a three-way deal that sent N&W 1218 to the Virginia Museum of Transportation. A year lat... (more)
Steamtown's 2-8-2 Canadian National No. 3377 sits outside forlorn but not forgotten on a spur serving as a parts source for her (now stored) older "sister" No. 3254. The ramp and walkway... (more)
Steamtown's Baldwin No. 26 leads a shuttle past Mattes Tower as it makes an approach tot he former DL&W depot just ahead.
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 impr... (more)
Delaware Lackawanna's Montreal Locomotive Works M636 in "Corporate Scheme" livery brings a freight up the hill past Mattes Tower and towards the former DL&W station. Note the still stan... (more)
Delaware Lackawanna's Alco C425, No. 2461, along with several additional Alcos and a Montreal Locomotive Works M636 in "Corporate Scheme" livery await the call to service in Scranton, PA at Steamt... (more)
Steamtown's 1929 0-6-0 Baldwin built switcher leads a "shuttle" excursion past Bridge 60 tower in Scranton
Steamtown's 1929 Baldwin built switcher leads a "shuttle" excursion out of the yard past Mattes Tower en route to the former DL&W station on a beautiful Fall day in 2016.
"The Best Camera is the One That's With You"In a spectacular moment of stupid, I had left my spare camera batteries in my car before the night shoot, thinking my current battery was... (more)
"Big Boy" #X4012 sitting at Steamtown, PA. with the early morning sun at Railfest.
Everything in this shot is Delaware, Lackawanna & Western, the locomotive paint, the rails, the concrete tower, the land. THIS is historic railroad preservation and it warms the cockles of the hea... (more)