CP 2317 passing a display freight train led by Reading RS-3 467.
CP 2317 steams through the Steamtown yard, alongside derilict CN 2-8-2 3377. The latter is missing its trailing and pilot trucks for some reason.
What a classy engine! Get your photos this year, because she goes down for an overhaul in the fall. It may be awhile before we see her out again....
Canadian Pacific 2317 takes a spin on the turntable at Steamtown on a sunny spring morning. The engine has been returned to service for the 2008 season, although it's restricted to use in the yar... (more)
After completing its spin on the turntable, CN 3254 heads off the the turntable to its stall for the evening as a decent sized crowd watches on.
After CN 3254 got settled in the roundhouse, it was time for Nickel Plate Road GP9 514 to get a spin on the turntable as a decent sized crowd watches on.
After dropping off it's passengers and passenger cars, CN 3254 gets a spin on the turntable for those watching before heading into the roundhouse for the night.
Steamtown's special to Tobyhanna makes its return to Steamtown and is slowing it is approaches the station.
028 the CPR Holiday Train prepares to leave Steamtown with its brightly lit train.
With the golden beaver emblem brightly lit the CPR Holiday Train waits to leave Steamtown.
Could it really be a RS3 in regular freight service in 2007? It sure is as DL RS3 4103 switches the Steamtown Yard. A nice change from your typical freight engine roster!
You can go back in time! Many thanks to Steve Barry and his hard-working crew for putting on great night photo shoot.
You can go back in time! Many thanks to Peter Lerro and his hard-working crew for putting on great night photo shoot.
In a shot that could have very well been taken in Montreal circa 1930, a pair of Canadian National steamers go nose-to-nose as 3254 returns to the roundhouse after a long, hot day.
CP 2317 backs into Steamtown with a short yard shuttle.