Delaware Lackawanna train BR-1 departs Scranton bound for Mt Pocono. The power for the train is a pair of ALCo Centuries shown here passing under a ex Lackawanna Signal bridge with the Lackawanna ... (more)
Two grizzled vets badly in need of anew coat of paint.
A pair of Alco Centuries depart Scranton, Pennsylvania as the Delaware Lackawanna's BR-1 Job. Lackawanna heritage dominates the scene as the train passes under a classic signal bridge and the Lack... (more)
With a single covered hopper sandwiched between a C425 in an EL scheme and a C424 in a Wabash scheme, Delaware Lackawanna SC-7 has pulled back over the bridge and prepares to depart Scranton, Penn... (more)
With a single covered hopper sandwiched between an Alco C425 and C424, Delaware Lackawanna SC-7 prepares to depart Scranton, Pennsylvania to head down the Strawberry Hill Running Track and up to C... (more)
Coming back across Lackawanna Avenue after picking up cars at Archbald on a hot July afternoon.
On a frigid morning, SC-7 heads out.
Delaware Lackawanna SC-22 crosses the Lackawanna River on their way back to Scranton.
A one-time Erie Lackawanna C425 now wears an Erie Lackawanna inspired Delaware Lackawanna scheme at the South Scranton shops of the DL.
The yard is quiet but has a nice selection of MLW and ALCO power.
Done for the day and soaking up the sun.
DL power rests at Bridge 60.
Classic Alco power rests at the end of the day. In 45 years of watching trains (yes I started young) these are the first mainline Alcos I have ever seen.
Delaware Lackawanna C425 idles along with C424, RS11 and C420 on a beautiful Spring morning.