Brand new CN ET44AC 3254 sits quietly at the west end of the yard at Swan Landing with a loaded sand train.
A pair of old freight hogs sits in the roundhouse at Steamtown. It is a sad sight to see them sitting idle likely to never run again.
A close-up nose view of Canadian National #3254 a 1917 built Mikado class 4-8-2 sits inside the roundhouse at Steamtown National Historic Site in Scranton, PA.
Canadian National #3254 a 1917 built Mikado class 4-8-2 sits inside the roundhouse at Steamtown National Historic Site in Scranton, PA. With a little imagination (minus the info sign and modern fi... (more)
Tom Wyatt engineer, watches his fireman Jack Emerick III dump CN 3254's ash while trainman Jeffery David Knoop looks on.
Engineer Seth Corwin looks down from the cab of Canadian National 2-8-2 No. 3254.
Steamtown glory days- an excursion train returning to Scranton from Carbondale. The 3254 was built by the Canadian Locomotive Company in Kingston, Ontario in 1917 and retired in 1958; it was resu... (more)
The CN 3254 has made its final stop at the Gouldsboro station as guests on board the train enjoy the holiday festivities at the station. On an otherwise clou... (more)
The Last Pass at Moscow
While it was a treat to chase CN 3254 on the Pocono Mainline, this run would be its last run for the foreseeable future. The engine has come due for a m... (more)
Canadian National 3254 steams on the old Lackawanna mainline during a Steamtown photo weekend in 1990. The old buildings in the background were later demolished to make way for the Steamtown Mall.
Long time Steamtown engineer Dick Roden hauls lube oil for his charge of the day, 1917 2-8-2 CN 3254. It's October 2012 and ole' '54 has less than 2 months of service left.
All but a distant memory now, CN 2-8-2 3254 prepares to pull out of the Steamtown Roundhouse complex as part of the annual "Railfest" celebration. The 3254 was taken out of service just ... (more)