Monday, January 31, 2011

Delaware - Lackawanna RR


Delaware - Lackawanna 3000 idling on Saturday morning behind Steamtown Mall.

Scranton: New Park


Trudged through the snow in the new park on Saturday morning to get a locomotive photo. This view is looking east from the west end of the park.

Sunday, January 30, 2011

Erie Railroad: Wyoming Division


Looking east from milepost 14.1.

Erie Railroad: Wyoming Division


Hiked up the Erie this morning, looking east, towards the small bridge over the unnamed creek.

Friday, January 28, 2011

Scranton; New Park


Looking west into the new park last Saturday morning. This is built upon the western approach to Lackawanna Station. The bridge in the foreground is over Cedar Avenue. The buildings on the right front on the 500 block of Lackawanna Avenue.

Scranton; New Park


Footprints in the snow at the new park in Downtown Scranton.

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Bogart Court


Bogart Court looking east last Saturday morning. This is the alleyway behind the 500 block of Lackawanna Avenue.

Delaware - Lackawanna RR


Locomotives idling on the Lackawanna mainline, behind the Steamtown Mall on Saturday morning.

Monday, January 24, 2011

University of Scranton


A view of the ongoing construction of the new University of Scranton science building last Saturday morning. Looking east along the Lackawanna mainline.

Delaware - Lackawanna RR


Delaware-Lackawanna 2461 idling on Saturday morning.

Sunday, January 23, 2011

Nay Aug Falls


Nay Aug Falls this morning.

Nay Aug Park


Looking down Davis Trail, towards the falls this morning.

Friday, January 21, 2011

Lackawanna Railroad


Lehigh Valley business car 353 on the rear of the train as it heads east to Tobyhanna last Saturday morning.

Lackawanna Railroad


Another view as the train passes us. There were about a dozen other people at this location to catch the train last Saturday morning.

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Lackawanna Railroad


The train passes us in a cloud of steam and snow.

Lackawanna Railroad


A close up view of Canadian national 3254 from Saturday morning.

Monday, January 17, 2011

Lackawanna Railroad


Another vies, as the train heads east to Tobyhanna for the Ice Harvest Festival.

Lackawanna Railroad


Canadian National 3254 eastbound along Ridge Row on Saturday morning.

Friday, January 14, 2011

Nay Aug Park


Another snowy view of Nay Aug Park, from last Sunday morning.

Nay Aug Park


A snowy Nay Aug Park, from last Sunday. In the distance is the Everhart Museum.

Thursday, January 13, 2011

Jefferson Avenue

Jefferson AVenue looking north from Lackawanna Station, last Saturday morning.

Lackawanna Avenue

Lackawanna Avenue looking west from Lackawanna Station, last Saturday morning.

Monday, January 10, 2011

Lackawanna Avenue


Looking west down Lackawanna Avenue on Saturday morning.

Lackawanna Avenue


A snowy clock along the 500 block of Lackawanna Avenue on Saturday morning. The Scranton National Bank building, in the background on left, with the Coney Island Lunch and Scranton Hobby on the right.

Sunday, January 9, 2011

Nay Aug Falls


Nay Aug Falls this morning. The park seemed pretty deserted today.

Friday, January 7, 2011

Lackawanna Railroad

A Rock Island covered hopper on the Roaring Brook bridge, just west of Nay Aug Tunnel, from last month. Don't see many pieces of Rock rolling stock anymore, especially in "bankruptcy blue."

Lackawanna Railroad


Freight cars on bridge across Roaring Brook, last month.

Thursday, January 6, 2011

Lackawanna Railroad


Old lineside poles along the Lackawanna Railroad, near Joseph Street, Scranton, November 2010.

Laurel Line / Luna Park


The passageway under the Laurel Line's Dunmore Branch at the remains of the Luna Park station, November 2010.

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Nay Aug Park


Looking down into Nay Aug Gorge, last Sunday morning.

Scranton: Courthousr Square


The Lackawanna County Courthouse on a sunny Saturday in November.

Sunday, January 2, 2011

Nay Aug Falls


It was on the warm side this morning, low 40's. We saw people fishing at the Falls. Wonder if they caught anything?