The Anthracite Railroad Historical Society excursion on the Pocono Main exits Nay Aug Tunnel.
The conductor checks his paperwork before allowing the Anthracite Railroad Historical Society excursion to proceed east.
A Lackawanna passenger train arrives in Scranton. No, it's not the 1950s. It's the Anthracite Railroad Historical Society excursion over a portion of the former DL&W mainline as part of their 2011... (more)
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western F3a 664 sits in the yards in Scranton, here for the Endless Mountain Rails convention of the NRHS in 2010.
DL&W 368, which was the only Lackawanna locomotive I ever saw, was the highlight of a trip to Marion, Ohio in December 1967. Perhaps there were other Lackawanna locomotives in Ohio at that time, b... (more)
DL&W livery F3s are staged on a photo freight at the entrance to Steamtown
Former CNJ F3s #56 and #57, now DLW 664 and 663 bask in the sun during Steamtown's Labor Day Weekend Railfest.
Central NY Chapter NRHS painted this ex PRR E8 in DLW colors and assigned it a number just prior to the start of the real DLW E8 number series (809-819). 808 is seen here from I-81 overpass as it ... (more)
MILW 261 is dressed up as DL&W 1661 as it arrives at the Binghamton station with an excursion from Scranton.
Back To The Future. In the largest city in Lackawanna County, the Lackawanna once again lives on through the work of the ARHS and Tri-State NRHS, who teamed up to repaint their F3 s... (more)
Built in 1907, Hoboken terminal was the entry way to NYC for the Lackawanna Railroad for many years. The windows looking down on the beautiful waiting room contain Tiffany Stained Glass Tiles. Th... (more)
All Quiet On The Western Front. After dark on Sunday night, things have started to quiet down at Steamtown. Even though the telltale smoke plume from the roundhouse means steam wil... (more)
Mr Peabody's time machine at work - a look back at the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western in Scranton.
Taking Orders. Lackawanna F3 663 and CN Mikado 3254 receive instructions for their next moves tonight. A special thanks to Steve Barry and the folks at Steamtown for making this night photo... (more)
ALMOST DONE II. Tri-State Railroad Historical Society's former CNJ 57, nee Bangor and Aroostock, is seen here June 26th, 2010 in her "stealth" livery. In short order, she'll be painted and... (more)