Just off the turntable is this Baldwin 0-6-0; heading off to pull the short excursion runs this Saturday.
BLW 26 spins on the turntable and heads for the roundhouse after a day's work.
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)
Steamtown's 1929 0-6-0 Baldwin built switcher captured midway on the first of four scheduled "shuttle" excursions to the former DL&W station and a bit beyond. Note the ongoing track ren... (more)
Steamtown's 1929 0-6-0 Baldwin built switcher nears the end of its short "shuttle" excursion past the former DL&W station ducking an old signal bridge along the way. Note the ongoing track renewa... (more)
Steamtown's 0-6-0 #26 pulls a lone caboose giving rides to visitors in a dreary Sunday in late April. The train backs into the platform to swap out passengers.
Steamtown's 0-6-0 #26 pulls a lone caboose giving rides to visitors in a dreary Sunday in late April. The locomotive is passing the Union Pacific "Big Boy" that is on static display in the yard.
Bruce Mowbray is hard at work inside the Steamtown roundhouse preparing 0-6-0 No. 26 for the day.
Steamtown's Baldwin No. 26 leads a shuttle past Mattes Tower as it makes an approach tot he former DL&W depot just ahead.
Steamtown's 1929 0-6-0 Baldwin built switcher leads a "shuttle" excursion past Bridge 60 tower in Scranton
Steamtown's 1929 Baldwin built switcher leads a "shuttle" excursion out of the yard past Mattes Tower en route to the former DL&W station on a beautiful Fall day in 2016.
"The Best Camera is the One That's With You"In a spectacular moment of stupid, I had left my spare camera batteries in my car before the night shoot, thinking my current battery was... (more)
Rebuilt Baldwin 0-6-0 sets up for Railfest.
Sand Tower SwitchingOn a dreary night with rain starting to fall in the late 1930s, a Baldwin Locomotive Works demonstrator 0-6-0 waits on a switch to be thrown before moving a cut ... (more)