F units on display at the NRHS convention. Both sets had the replicated from number-plates installed this day
DONE. The Anthracite Railroads Historical Society, Inc. F-3 makes it's transition from BAR to CNJ and now sports DLW livery. Hopes are to have her run a few excursions in and around Steam... (more)
The freshly painted Lackawanna F3 664 basks in the morning sun in Scranton, PA.
A former Bangor & Aroostock Railroad F3, now owned by the Anthracite Railroads Historical Society changes careers once again being painted from CNJ #56 to DL&W #664. A sister to this unit owned b... (more)
EMD F3 takes a rest in the sun at the Steamtown shops in Scranton, Pa. The unit is being repainted fron CNJ colors to the DL&W freight scheme.
In the background, Rich Jahn of The Anthracite Railroads Society Inc is leading the work painting F-3 No. 664 in Lackawanna colors while legendary engineer Seth Corwin readies his "chicken-bone" (... (more)
The Anthracite Railroads Historical Society, Inc. F-3 being changed from the Central Railway of New Jersey to the Lackawanna. Looks great!
PHOEBE SNOW is stopped at the Blairstown station behind Lackawanna's first E8 unit. This engine and 811 had been EMD demonstrators in the DL&W color scheme with the GM shield on the nose.
The famous DL&W Belford 99 is stored in Derby by MMA. The inside has been burned.
An eastbound mid-day passenger train on the DL&W Boonton Line has a nice mix of equipment.
Lackawanna F3 A-B-B-A units lead an eastbound freight past the passenger station. Three color schemes are represented, the trailing A unit is in solid gray which was thankfully not later adapted.
A Lackawanna General Electric 44-ton diesel switches industrial trackage below the Boonton Line on Garret Mountain.
Lackawanna E8 A-A units arrive in Hoboken with train 2, POCONO EXPRESS.
Four Lackawanna GP7s sit around the Hoboken turn table. One unit, 962, is a freight Geep and has dynamic brakes.