"Stablemates". The likelihood that BLW #26 and CN #3254 ever shared the same roundhouse in regular service is slim to none, but in the new era of steam preservation they can be found bot... (more)
All but a distant memory now, CN 2-8-2 3254 prepares to pull out of the Steamtown Roundhouse complex as part of the annual "Railfest" celebration. The 3254 was taken out of service just ... (more)
Engineer Dick Roden has put Canadian National No. 3254 away after the second day of Lackawanna Railfest in Scranton. All that's left to do is finish the paperwork.
A look from inside the Steamtown roundhouse finds NKP GP18 #514 getting ready to start the day.
Amtrak 818 backing through the Steamtown roundhouse at the end of Railfest 2010.
Amtrak 818 backing off the turntable and through the Roundhouse at Steamtown at the end of the 2010 Railfest.
Canadian Pacific 4-6-2 2317 backing out to take the first run of the day at Steamtown's Railfest 2010.
Canadian Pacific 4-6-2 2317 enters the turntable at Steamtown on it's last day before the 1472 day inspection.
2317 backs out of the roundhouse and onto the turntable on during Steamtown's 2010 Railfest.
A crew member watches as 2317's feedwater pump is blown down.
The Scranton Limited. 2317 is waiting for her passengers to board for the first yard shuttle on her last day of operation before her 1472 day inspection.
Engineer Seth Corwin oils around on #2317 while getting ready to pull the Scranton Limited.
The last time 2317 takes a spin on the Steamtown Turntable for the next several years. The crew has dropped the fire and are about to put her back in stall #18 after using her last two day... (more)
With the morning turntable demonstration now complete, the National Park Service Yard Foreman leads his big Pacific out of the roundhouse complex and into the yard. Shortly, a Park Ranger will l... (more)
D&H 7312 sits in the Steamtown Roundhouse area as part of the first Steamtown Railfest. Lighting provided by Steve Barry and John Tully.