Delaware Lackawanna Alcos in Stunning Fall Foliage

C420 #405 can be seen leading more Delaware Lackawanna trains than any other locomotive except for maybe the MHWA #2045.. The memory of Chuck Reidmiller is shown moving south through ...

The Last Air Products Move Out Of Wilkes-Barre, Pa.

On May 12, 2017 the Norfolk Southern picked up the last Air Products heat exchanger from the Packerton Yard in Lehighton, PA.. I used to watch this move from my ...

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Lehigh Valley Heritage Unit Trails last on NS Train 14R

The Lehigh Valley Heritage Unit #8104 came up 3 of 3 of Train 14R yesterday, December 11, 2019.. With its destination being Binghamton, NY, this makes for the third HU to filter through Bingotown in the last three days.. The others being the New York Central #1066 and the Penn Central #1073.

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Rare Delaware Lackawanna Office Car Train Special

On March 28, 2016, the Delaware Lackawanna ran a very rare Office Car Special over the Pocono Mountain Route Between the NS Taylor Yard and Portland, PA.. Note the NS power car behind the locomotives and the Delaware Lackawanna caboose.. The three passenger cars are owned by a local railroad preservation society.. The locomotives are […]

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The History of Norfolk Southern’s EMD SD70ACU

It wasn’t that long ago that a small armada of Armour Yellow diesels brightened the locomotive ranks of Norfolk Southern’s predominantly black diesel army. The former Uncle Petes paraded in their sunny dress throughout 2015, 2016 and much of 2017 before the painter’s spray can and the cosmetic surgeons’s scalpel finally caught up with the […]

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Wellsboro & Corning EMD SD40-2 #309

I caught the Wellsboro & Corning #309 in Wellsboro, PA back on August 19, 2016.. The locomotive is an ex-QNSL (Quebec, North Shore & Labrador) SD40-2 with the typical extras found on many Canadian locos. It’s Genesee & Wyoming ownership now obvious at this point. G&W itself now bought out by a bigger fish.

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78 Heavily Loaded Cars From Taylor Yard

On October 14, 2019 (Columbus Day) Delaware Lackawanna Train DL-3 brought up a whopping 78 loaded cars from Taylor Yard.. To maintain the tonnage D-L enlisted 3 of their now 5 big six-axle Alcos plus an additional 2 four-axles.. In the last 2 or 3 years the D-L train length and tonnages have been on […]

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