Heritage diesel locomotives meet at the Steamtown Railfest 2014. Lehigh Valley C420 414 and DL&W livery F3A 664 meet next to the roundhouse. The F3A and companion B unit are powering the caboose s... (more)
Nickel Plate Road No. 759, a fan trip favorite in the 1960s and '70s, is brought back to life for one night at Steamtown National Historic Site. Jeff Adda poses with the big Berk as part of "... (more)
Vintage Alcos still at work for the Mohawk, Adirondack & Northern.
The CP Jubilee at Steamtown is looking very run down as it sits tucked away in the yard
Fireman Jim Yarwood inspects CP 2317 in preparation for a night photo shoot during the 2010 NRHS Convention. However, the scenes that Steamtown offers could easily take one back several decades.
UP 4012 and CN 47 sit in the yard at Steamtown in Scranton
A UP 4000 class sits on display at Steamtown
Canadian Pacific 4-6-2 powers the Scranton Limited at Steamtown on this special day. The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train has arrived in Steamtown and the Scranton Limited passengers get a good loo... (more)
Canadian National Railways 4-6-4 waiting its fate. Colors of rusting, corrosion and legacy paint show through the weathered exterior.
Reading FP7 locomotives on display at the entrance of the Steamtown National Historic Site for Railfest 2013. FP7 902 is currently owned by Reading Company Technical and Historical Society.
Back in Service.. The Reading & Northern has returned 4-6-2 425 to service. The splendid looking steam locomotive made a visit to the Steamtown Rail Fest on August 31 and September 1.
Each year, the National Railway Historical Society offers a program called "RailCamp" for young rail enthusiasts to get the chance to get close to and operate pieces of rail equipment at the Steam... (more)
The DL&W twins sit outside the roundhouse at Steamtown, waiting to be prepped for an excursion the upcoming weekend.
A pair of Reading FP7s rest behind the roundhouse at Steamtown looking like they are ready for their next assignment.
A sunny Presidents Day morning finds DL&W 663 looking quite sharp and right at home wearing Lackawanna freight colors in Scranton.