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 PO-74 leans through the curve at Lehigh Road in Covington Township on a sunny March day with a former PRR C425 leading the way.
Delaware Lackawanna PO-74 works the grade on the Pocono Main through Moscow PA with DL C425 2423 and RS11 1804 on a sunny March day.
"Running Safe into ES"
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.
Delaware Lackawanna train PO-74 has come to a stop at Pocono Summit, PA where the train will be cut to allow for a dropoff of centerbeams at Trevdan Building Supply.
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)
"Would've Saved Time If You Just Waited"
Delaware Lackawanna train PO-74 works hard upgrade as it passes under the former DLW signal bridge in Moscow, PA with a trio of six-axle ALCos for power.
After spotting loads and making a pull-by move with their empties out of Bestway Enterprises, PO-74 accelerates by the restored Lackawanna station at Cresco.
After setting off the majority of its train at Ardent Mills in Mount Pocono, PO-74 drops downgrade with lumber loads for Bestway Enterprises. The well-restored Cresco station makes a nice backdrop... (more)
PO-74 picks up grain loads for Ardent Mills off of the Tobyhanna siding on a beautiful fall day.
After experiencing an emergency stop due to a faulty HOTD, the PO-74 is back underway at Snag Pond in Gouldsboro. Some color is still hanging on here on this gorgeous Wednesday.