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NS K65, Delaware Lackawanna Excursion, Office Car Special Or Something At Steamtown

NS K65(?) or Delaware-Lackawanna Special or something at Steamtown…. I came across the Delaware Lackawanna yesterday with a most unusual train. One D-L Alco, #3642 and Genessee Valley #2045 led a short 5-car special of sorts in front of the Tower 60 at Steamtown @ 6 p.m.. The consist of the train was a Norfolk Southern […]

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Room With A View: Bridgeview Bed & Breakfast In Marysville, Pa.

BRIDGEVIEW BED & BREAKFAST All ten rooms feature A/C, wireless internet and individual bathrooms. Outstanding view of historic Rockville Bridge and more. Check out their website @ www.bridgeviewbnb.com or call 717-957-2438 810 S. Main Street Marysville, Pa 17053.

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RAILFEST 2015 At STEAMTOWN Part 6: Departure

RAILFEST 2015: Departure

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RAILFEST 2015 At STEAMTOWN Part 4: NKP 765 – The Saturday Show Stopper

RAILFEST 2015 Part 4: NKP 765 – The Saturday Show Stopper

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RAILFEST 2015 At STEAMTOWN Part 3: Norfolk Southern 9-1-1 First Responders Unit Et. Al.

Norfolk Southern 9-1-1 First Responders Unit…. Amtrak’s New 642 (ACS-64) “Veterans” Locomotive and F40PH (Phase III) Locomotive ….     Canadian Pacific’s GP20C-ECO Locomotive…. RAILFEST 2015 @ STEAMTOWN….   RAILFEST 2015 @ STEAMTOWN NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE

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RAILFEST 2015 At STEAMTOWN Part 1 + An NS Double-Play & The Delaware Lackawanna

Norfolk Southern Train 458 with 63 cars @ 08:00…. With Railfest 2015 just a few days away, today was the day to start preparing for the madness to come Labor Day weekend…. But first I have to make my rounds trackside. The morning started of good, a little too good in fact…. Minutes after arriving […]

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Welcome To Steamtown!…

June 18 was my 1-year anniversary of living here in Scranton and having had this site since January 1st of this year, it seemed only proper (if not poetic) that I do a commentary on the Steamtown National Historical Site…. Steamtown occupies about 40 acres of the Scranton railroad yard of the Delaware, Lackawanna & […]

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The Erie Lackawanna Dining Car Experience

The Experience Of A Passenger Train: In the 1880s, the predecessors of the Erie Lackawanna (along with America’s other major railroads) provided some of the best meals in the country in its fleet of dining cars. The ability to serve hundreds of passengers three meals a day while traveling at speeds up to 80 miles […]

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