3000,3007, loaded dump car and 1804 will constitute today's "PO-74".
The shortest PO74 (?) on record
With a short train behind them, a pair of ex-BC Rail MLWs are making easy work of the Pocono Main, seen passing the restored DL&W freight station in Moscow.
With a short train in tow, Delaware Lackawanna's PO-74 is seen beginning its eastbound trip to WestRock at Myrtle Street in Scranton.
Two days before Christmas, Delaware Lackawanna assembled an impressive, heavy PO-74. Five units lead the train, while a BR-1 crew with three additional units assisted on the hind end. The train ... (more)
PO-74 leaves downtown Scranton behind while passing Ridge Row. At Nay Aug the crew will spend some time building a fairly large train for points east. The heavy train will require a three-unit h... (more)
Trio of six axled MLWs pass the pond at Gouldsboro on a beautiful first day of June.
Delaware Lackawanna PT98 is nearing the end of its run east to the NS interchange at Portland, PA. This part of East Stroudsburg included a lot more track in the Erie Lackawanna era, with most of... (more)
DL power rests at Bridge 60.
DL PO74 roars up the grade passing the classic Moscow depot.
PO74 rolling into Gouldsboro in a lucky spell of sun
DL PO74 roars up the grade. I will never forget the roar of those Alcos as they slugged up the mountain.
DL SC7 drags it's train into Bridge 60 while Maryann checks her photos
DL SC7 drags it's train up the hill and toward Bridge 60. The sun would not last long, inside of 2 hours an EF1 tornado passed 5 miles from here.
BR 1 power returns light in a lucky spell of sun on what would be a crazy weather day in the area. Earlier on, they brought train to the east for staging for tomorrows PO74.