East Trip - June 24, 2010

Six ALCO locomotives smoking

Steve Sloan's Trains : Trip Notes : 2010 : Thursday, June 24, 2010

Thursday June 24th I left Pennsylvania. In the morning I went to Moscow, PA again and shot the Pocono Express, an NRHS special powered by three RS3's. I also met Alex Mayes, his wife Teresa and CSX engineer Dale Diacont. After that, rather than chase it (which I should have) I shifted gears and prepared for my trip to New York. I was leaving the post office in Moscow when I saw another Delaware-Lackawanna Railroad grain train go by. I chased it to Tobyhanna where I was rewarded by an hour or so of watching and photographing the same six unit Alco set as before switching out cars. It was a definitely non-Tier II compliant event!

After that I went back to Scranton to shoot the deadline and other Alcos at the D-L shops. Then I headed to Rochester, the only other train I photographed was a Norfolk Southern train at Bevier St Yard in Binghamton, New York.

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Thursday, June 24, 2010

DL 211 Alco RS32 returning to Tobyhanna | Smoking Alcos
Around 11 a.m. on June 24, 2010 DL 211, former SP 4002, leading another grain train working at Tobyhanna, PA setting out and picking up cars.
Nikon D300s Digital Image Numbers 2010062401_030 | 2010062401_051
DL 4118 Alco RS3, on Passenger Train | Engines Passing | Train Going Away
Nobody else in the world could run a train like this in 2010. DL RS3 4118 leads its two sisters on the point of the Pocono Express, an NRHS Special Passenger Train, charging through Moscow, PA, at 9:45 a.m. on June 24, 2010.
Nikon D300s Digital Image Numbers 2010062401_014 | 2010062401_020 | 2010062401_021

NS 8899 GE Dash 9-40CW

Binghamton Coal Train
Norfolk Southern Dash 9-40CW 8899 leading a coal train near Bevier St Yard in Binghamton, New York, at 3:12 p.m. on June 24, 2010.

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