This Consolidation, built in 1920 by ALCO subsidiary Cooke in Patterson, NJ. Paterson was also the birthplace of Lou Costello. The 2-8-0 arrived at Steamtown in the mid 80s. Now tucked away behi... (more)
A Mohawk, Adirondack & Northern train crosses South Mechanic Street passing a car thats probably even older than the 1951.
A Lowville & Beaver River excursion train runs EB from Lowville to the end of line at Croghan. This was shortly after the lines take over by Genesee Valley Transportation. The caboose, ex CR #1990... (more)
The smallest 'Consolidation' in Steamtown's collection, #1923, does not get much attention sitting at the far end of the park by the old DL&W shops. Originally built in 1920 for a different RR but... (more)
Shay No. 8 was built for the Oklahoma Portland Cement Co. as their No. 2 in 1918. After passing through several owners , it was acquired by the Lowville & Beaver River Ry in 1989 and last run in ... (more)