This picture is of the first train of my first railfan trip taking pictures. Needless to say my pictures were not of railpictures quality yet, but here is my father's picture. Four yellow jacket... (more)
Still hangin’ on. The former Lehigh Valley Railroad roundhouse in Pittston, PA is today part of the Reading, Blue Mountain, and Northern Railroad’s Yard. While Pittston Yard itself is presently mo... (more)
D&H 7304 still looks good after decades of wear and tear on the road. The unit still sports one of the original D&H paint schemes on her as of 2019.
The Three River Valley Flyer rounds the north leg of the wye before entering Pittston yard.
CP 258 roars through Oak Street in Pittston Township, PA on the R&N Mainline on its way to Allentown, PA with a nice mix of power.
With a lashup never to be repeated ever again, CP 159 charges north through Pittston, PA on a cold March morning. The D&H 7304 is still in D&H paint, but has been reassigned to operations on parts... (more)
Having completed its descent into the Wyoming Valley, Conrail train ALCG (Allentown – Corning) makes its final approach to Coxton yard. The train is on the former Lehigh Valley main line, and is c... (more)
Taken with permission of the LS; proper safety gear on. This short line operates over 60 miles of track in northeast Pennsylvania, Interchanging with Norfolk Southern and the Reading Blue Mountai... (more)
After getting a track warrant train PISB leaves the yard limits at Muller and heads for the industrial parks outside of Scranton.
A Roger Puta Photograph
After getting their train together PISB departs Pittston for the Scranton branch with a bunch of wine cars for Kane distribution from the Napa Valley.
While the railroad was quiet, the sky was not. Within moments of taking this image, the photographer was drenched. But I got the shot of impending doom with the diesels in the spot of sun.
R&N #425 backs it's train over a wye extending over the Lackawanna River in Pittston, PA early in the morning on September 28th, 2014. The move was required to position the train for it's southbo... (more)
The Reading & Northern OCS rests for the night in the dense fog of Pittston Yard.
Photo taken with Luzerne Susquehanna permission. Former Warner Company #14 is stored in Pittston, future not known. No more than five units from this class survive.