British Columbia railway MLW M630 720 Leads a consist that Includes a MLW M420B and a Alco C425 On a Overcast summer day In Prince George. I Always Loved that Green Paint Scheme And it Fit these u... (more)
The gathering of Delaware Lackawanna Alcos and MLWs at Bridge 60 are more colorful than the early autumn foliage in the background. Front and center is DL 3007, an M630 originally built for the P... (more)
DL 3007 leads a train passed the former Lackawanna Railroad station
BCR M630 720 sits in the roads North Vancouver yard ahead of its nex trip north on a bright sunny day. I think There Paint Scheme Fit these units perfectly. they really looked sharp
Trio of six axled MLWs pass the pond at Gouldsboro on a beautiful first day of June.
With a complete train (they didn't have to fill out at Lambton Yard), a CP westbound heads for London on the Galt Sub with an M630 and GMD GP35 5012 on a stormy looking March day back in '79.
I knew I was way ahead of PO-74 when I arrived in Pocono Summit on 10/28 so I hiked the short walk up to the lake (staying well clear of the ROW). I had heard that it was easy to walk along the la... (more)
The old line, "Smoke 'em if you got 'em," popped into my head as the Delaware Lackawanna road job shoved a cut of cars back up against the train it had brought down from Cobbs earlier in... (more)
Delaware Lackawanna Pocono Ordinary train shoves back next to Tobyhanna Tower.
Delaware Lackawanna Pocono Ordinary train leaves its cars on the main as it moves into position to switch out Keystone Propane. Look in the puddle.
Delaware Lackawanna Pocono Ordinary train leaves its cars on the main as it moves into position to switch out Keystone Propane.
Delaware Lackawanna Pocono Ordinary train passes the DLW passenger station in Moscow PA with a GE-scheme M630 leader.
Delaware Lackawanna Pocono Ordinary train passes under the DLW signal bridge in Moscow PA with a GE-scheme M630 leader.
Saturday on the lake. Saturday, November 9, 2019 finds Delaware-Lackawanna P074 in beautiful weather in Pocono Summit, PA crossing the Pocono Summit Lake. DL 3007 (M630) leads 3642 (C636) towards ... (more)