Steamtown, August 2016

Shortly after Baldwin Locomotive Works 0-6-0 #26 came out from an 18-year hiatus, I spent a day with her and her crew at Steamtown National Historic Site in Scranton, Pa.

Chris LaBar opening roundhouse doors
Chris LaBar filling oil can
Chris LaBar in the roundhouse
Chris LaBar lubricating
Chris LaBar lubricating
Chris LaBar lubricating
Chris LaBar oiling around
Chris LaBar oiling around
Chris LaBar filling tender journals
Chris LaBar and Jerry Dziedzic
Jerry Dziedzic raking fire
Jerry Dziedzic raking fire
Mike Oprisko
Mike Oprisko and Chris LaBar
Mike Oprisko
#26 and steam
#26 and steam
Mike Oprisko
Chris LaBar and Mike Oprisko
#26 and steam
Jerry Dziedzic running injector
#26's crew and steam
#26's crew in silhouette
#26 on turntable
Jerry Dziedzic cleaning ashpan
#26 in yard
Jerry Dziedzic raking fire
Chris LaBar, engineer
Chris Labar backing
Chris LaBar at Mattes Street
Chris LaBar in the gorge
#26 at Ridge Row
#26 in the yard
#26 climbing the hill

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