ALCOs meet at Bridge 60.
Action starts at Bridge 60.
ALCOs at rest: C425 (ex NY&LE), RS32,C425,C425.
The Delaware-Lackawanna's big Century 636, at the moment of startup, emanating a typical Alco-like burst of thick, black smoke. The 3642 was built in April of 1968 as the Penn Central No. 6342.
DL 2403 just got done spotting plastics hoppers at the Steamtown DL yard.
Former Delaware & Hudson RS-3 in its' as delivered paint.
6 DL Alcos and MLW units are about to tie onto the cars left for them by NS at the Portland wye.
Two DL RS3s idle the morning away at Steamtown. The Bridge 60 tower can be seen in the background.
DL PT97 makes its way along the Delaware River with cars for Harvest Mills in Mt. Pocono.
Four DL Alcos pass the Portland station and are about to make their pickup from the NS.
PT98's power runs light down the Old Road to Portland PA. It will pick up traffic from the NS H76. The Abandoned DL&W cutoff bridge can be seen in the background.
Four DL Alcos run light through the small yard in Slateford PA. They will pick up interchange traffic from the NS H76 in Portland.
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)