DL&W 663 returning with Moscow excursion , at Railfest.
passing LV 414 switching tracks in yard.
A Delaware, Lackawanna and Western commuter train heads East over Roaring Brook as it makes it's way towards Moscow, PA. Once upon a time, the train would have continued east all the way to Hobok... (more)
The rebirth of the DL&W on home territory compliments of Steamtown, the Anthracite Railroads Historical Society (#664) and the Tri-State Railroad Historical Society (#663). Taken within the forme... (more)
Westbound Excursion at Steamtown railfest 2011
approaching onloading platform.
Scranton, PA was a railroad town in which the Lackawanna Railroad had a major presence. This fact becomes obvous when one encounters it's 1908 built massive railroad depot which was constructed i... (more)
DL&W #664 leads a passenger special past Mattes Tower en route towards Moscow, PA and eventually, Tobyhanna.
Steamtown, aka; the former DL&W yards.
An assortment of motive power can be spotted this evening in the yards of Steamtown, from left to right; A CNJ RS-3, a Lehigh Valley Alco C420, a p... (more)
A set of DL&W F's blast through the newer of the two Nay Aug Tunnel bores with a passenger special bound for Scranton, PA.
An A-A set of DL&W F's perform some switching maneuvers in the yard as dispatch watches from above at Bridge 60 Tower.
A pair of Delaware, Lackawanna & Western F's bring a passenger special through Moscow and on towards Tobyhanna.
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western #565, 2-6-0 Mogul.
One of only two DL&W steam survivors, #565 had quite an illustrious career. Built in September of 1908 by Alco for the DL&W, she was l... (more)
The iconic Delaware, Lackawanna & Western #952 4-4-0 Camelback.
Making it's long overdue appearance on RP, this ... (more)
Two DL&W F3's recieve attention in Steamtiwn's former DL&W roundhouse.
Things that pass by my office: Re-created DL&W F3's pause by Bridge 60 Tower on an unusually clear and cool July morning.
A local passenger run passes the DL&W Mattes Tower and heads over the Cedar Avenue bridge in this scene right out of 1955. In reality this is "recreated" DL&W F3 664 on it's first day of revenue ... (more)