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Steamtown National Historic Site

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Long day today. Harry & I took a trip to Scranton, PA and visited the famous Steamtown National Historic Park Site. We photographed, took videos, walked the rail yard, and took a decent train ride. The Train ride consisted of Canadian Pacific 4-6-2 #2317, coupled to 2 1930s era Lackawanna Coaches. Heres a nice set of shots from today:

 

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Wow, that's crazy! I've always wanted to go there! Awesome photos & videos!!! I really like the shots of that articulated loco with the compound boiler!

 

- Andy

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Nice shots man, I love going there and walking around. My girlfriend goes to school at Scranton U which in not far at all from there. I usually walk the tracks (with my safety vest) from the University to the yard and pay for my ticket. It was not until last time I went, it was the first time I really walked around the whole yard. I tried to do that once when I was younger (like 14) they yelled at me. Next time I might try to walk the the Mile Long Tunnel on a Sunday when the trolley museum is not open. Did you get to see that by the way?

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