Steamtown National Historic Site, Scranton, Pennsylvania - Page 2

by Ken Humphreys

Click on each image below to see its full sized version and related photos. Hit your back button to return and view the next group of photos. The photos appear on two pages plus a page with a progression of shots showing the step-by-step rotation of a Canadian National locomotive on the Steamtown turntable. All images are copyrighted by Ken Humphreys.

E. L. Lavino Steel Company 0-6-0T tank engine. Built by American Locomotive Co., 1927.
Bullard Company 0-4-0T tank engine. Built by H. K. Porter, 1937
ex-Lehigh & New England Railroad caboose #583. One of three obtained by Steamtown from Central Railroad of New Jersey in 1974. Repainted and correctly renumbered in 1999.
New Haven Trap Rock Co. 0-4-0T tank engine #43. Built by Vulcan Iron Works, 1919
The Scranton rail yard adjacent to Steamtown. Equipment on the first two tracks is a part of Steamtown.
Another view of the Scranton rail yard.

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Turning CN #3254
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