Restored Lackawanna SC 426 is on display at the Steamtown roundhouse.
With the Bush train shed roof and catenary framing her, DL&W 807 basks in the warm sunshine of a September morning at Hoboken Terminal.
Built in 1908, #565 is one of only two remaining steam engines rostered by the DL&W. It is the only steam locomotive at Steamtown that is on home rails. Hopes are to restore her cosmetically ass... (more)
Two DL&W employees have a quick chat as yard goat SW8 500 sits quietly in the background waiting to shuffle things around the Lackawanna's busy Scranton Back Shops. Oh, if it were only 1955 again!... (more)
DL&W 426 sits inside the roundhouse area as PRR 5809 and Erie 833 are visible in the background. Thanks to Steve Barry and Steamtown for making this photo shoot possible.
The trip to Moscow was canceled today due to this derailment.
The heritage of this truck shows in the casting.
Looking through the roundhouse window at Steamtown NHS as the Canadian Pacific 2317 steams past the house.
M&E conductor rides the rear of the Whippany Railway Museum's caboose hop. The DL&W caboose was restored by Tri-State Railway Historical Society.
"Lackawanna #2317" puts on an impressive smoke show during one of the photo runbys at the Elmhurst Reservoir.
Ex-Canadian Nation S1-b class mikado #3254 was acquired by the Steamtown Foundation, repainted and relettered to "Lackawanna #1271". It is seen here along with ex-BN SD24 #880.
Night photo session held during the 1990 Steamtown Railfan weekend.
This former N&W switcher received a coat of Lackawanna paint from Steamtown but is slowly fading out. The SW8 was originally built for the Wabash between 1950-1953.
Inside the roundhouse DL&W 'Mogul" #565 gives visitors a look at the inside of a steam locomotive. #565 is one of two surviving DL&W engines, the other being 4-4-0(Camelback) #952 at the Museum of... (more)
E-8s painted in Lackawanna colors were the hit of the 2001 Hoboken Transit Festival