Just off the turntable is this Baldwin 0-6-0; heading off to pull the short excursion runs this Saturday.
Awaiting passengers for run to Archbald.
Just a thought: Wouldn't this former Delaware & Hudson
RS-3 and one or two others rostered on the Delaware Lackawanna be a treat leading next Carbondale excursion in August?
F3s move to the station to pick up passengers for an excursion to Archbald.
CNJ heritage RS-3 sits among corporate colors.
This quartet had to be moved to allow today's excursion up the Carbondale line to set up. 3000 looks lot better in corporate colors than pink and grey.
BLW 26 spins on the turntable and heads for the roundhouse after a day's work.
This is one unit that would be a great addition to the fleet.
In GVT livery.
NAFTA lash up at Bridge 60. With NS interchanging with the Delaware Lackawanna in Scranton; this could be the first of many "firsts".
A Century in the weeds; it seems that way. One of four projects on DL's "to get to" list. This C424 was originally part of an order for NdeM, but was delivered to the Wabash instead.
All aboard! Or, rather, last call, for alcohol!
In this case, at 11 am, it was first call for alcohol in Scranton, Pennsylvania sitting at the bar at the Radisson Hotel. If you look clo... (more)
An open door into the past
Here is a view of what once was the lobby of the 1908 built Lackawanna Railroad depot in Scranton, Pennsylvania. The Lackawanna Railroad had a major presence ... (more)
Steamtown's 1929 0-6-0 Baldwin built switcher ducks under the former Delaware, Lackawanna & Western signal bridge after passing the 1908 built DL&W depot which is now owned and operated by the Rad... (more)
The end of the work day for Don Colangelo and crew. Taken with the permission of the D-L; with proper safety gear.
Two of the Delaware Lackawanna's three six axled units await assignment early this morning.