The conductor and engineer plan their moves after coming to a stop in Pocono Summit, Pennsylvania with a trio of six axle Alco's. With the plan in place, the crew would leave part of the train her... (more)
Genesee Valley ALCo S6 number 1044 brings a solo gondola back from the CSX interchange as it crosses over the Tonawanda Creek in Batavia.
On a beautiful May morning, a 1922-built DL&W hopper is accompanied by ex-EL C425 2461 and ex-PGE M630 3007 in downtown Scranton. The former GECX MLW product will be on the point of the day's PO-7... (more)
Delaware Lackawanna ALCo RS-32 number 2035 creeps down the siding at Bonduelle to pickup a Cyro-Trans reefer in Brockport, NY.
A broken axle has 3643 stranded in Moscow.
3000,3007, loaded dump car and 1804 will constitute today's "PO-74".
Waiting for a crew.
2457 gets mechanical attention and an EMD in ALCO land
has new number boards and pilot renewal and ditch lights.
Soon to receive DL&W paint.
C425 getting some mechanical attention. Notice former DLW Geep 959 has appropriate number boards and pilot work along with ditch lights and will shortly return to DL&W livery.
The shortest PO74 (?) on record
DL PO74 passes through Gouldsboro, while en route to Cresco, Pa.
Delaware Lackawanna RS-32 number 2035 works its way eastbound on the Falls Road as it passes Holley Cold Storage.
Back at the barn on the site of the former D&H Green Ridge yard.
DL 2461 & 2045 put on a little smoke show as the engineer cracks open the throttle. It is nice to see these two former British Columbia Railway locomotives still working together all these years ... (more)
PO-74 getting ready to do some switching in Tobyhanna. After they finished switching, they left all of the cars in Tobyhanna and returned to Scranton light.