SEPTA's Roesmont Station - built by the Pennsylvania Railroad in 1892 to replace an earlier 1863 built station, it was heavily modified in 1983 when a real estate broker's office became co-tenant ... (more)
BR&W No. 60 leads an excursion south past the grove in Ringoes, NJ.
BR&W No. 60 poses at the depot in Ringoes, NJ. Photo taken during a night photo session sponsored by the Volunteer Railroaders Association.
A BR&W crew member watches one of the railroad's 2-8-0 steam locomotives shuffle some cars in the yard from the walkway of his SW9. No. 438, the SW9, is former Erie Railroad No. 438 while the No.... (more)
Black River & Western's 2-8-0 No. keeps its stripes but swaps its aluminum colored smoke box for graphite in 2018. The Consolidation is captured here by the Copper Hill Road Crossing in Ringoes, ... (more)
All aboard! Or, rather, last call, for alcohol!
In this case, at 11 am, it was first call for alcohol in Scranton, Pennsylvania sitting at the bar at the Radisson Hotel. If you look clo... (more)
An open door into the past
Here is a view of what once was the lobby of the 1908 built Lackawanna Railroad depot in Scranton, Pennsylvania. The Lackawanna Railroad had a major presence ... (more)
Steamtown's 1929 0-6-0 Baldwin built switcher ducks under the former Delaware, Lackawanna & Western signal bridge after passing the 1908 built DL&W depot which is now owned and operated by the Rad... (more)
Steamtown's 1929 0-6-0 Baldwin built switcher captured midway on the first of four scheduled "shuttle" excursions to the former DL&W station and a bit beyond. Note the ongoing track ren... (more)
Steamtown's 1929 0-6-0 Baldwin built switcher nears the end of its short "shuttle" excursion past the former DL&W station ducking an old signal bridge along the way. Note the ongoing track renewa... (more)
Pennsylvania Railroad K4s 4-6-2 #3750
PRR No. 3750 was built in 1918 by the Pennsylvania Railroad in Altoona. It was originally designated as a K4 until superheated, hence the change... (more)
Passenger train workhorses out to pasture at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania
From left to right:Amtrak's AEM-7 No. 915 built in 1981, retired 2015. PRR GG1 No. 4800, built... (more)
Nickel Plate #757 sits at the rear of Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania by the restoration pending its move to the Mad River & NKP Railroad Museum in Bellevue, Ohio.
Built by Lima in 1944, NKP #... (more)
A line up of the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania's outdoor locomotives featuring from right to left; PRR 2-8-0 No. 7688 (tender first), PRR 4-8-2 No. 6755, PRR 4-6-2 No. 3750, and in the front yar... (more)
Pennsylvania Railroad M1b 4-8-2 #6755
PRR No. 6755 was built in 1930 by the Pennsylvania Railroad in Altoona. It was originally an M1a class but converted along with 38 others M1a c... (more)