• An engineer inspects the running gear of a steam locomotive at Steamtown NHS

    Steamtown

    National Historic Site Pennsylvania

Park Newsletter

Spring-Summer 2011 Newsletter cover image

Spring-Summer 2011 Newsletter cover image

Spring-Summer 2011 Park Newsletter (PDF, 430k)
 
Spring-Summer 2010 Newsletter cover image

Spring-Summer 2010 Newsletter cover image

Spring-Summer 2010 Park Newsletter (PDF, 373k)

 
Steamtown Timetable Fall 2009 cover image

Steamtown Timetable Fall 2009 cover image

Fall 2009 Park Newsletter (PDF, 677k)
 
Steamtown Timetable Spring 2009 cover image

Steamtown Timetable Spring 2009 cover image

Spring 2009 Park Newsletter (PDF, 1.9Mb)
 
Steamtown's Fall 2008 Park Newsletter (PDF, 1Mb)
 
Steamtown's Spring 2008 Park Newsletter in Adobe PDF format (422 k)
 
Steamtown's Summer 2007 Park Newsletter in Adobe PDF format (415k)
 
Steamtown's Spring 2007 Park Newsletter in Adobe PDF format (594 kb).
 
Steamtown's Summer 2006 Park Newsletter in Adobe PDF format (733k)
 
Steamtown's Spring 2006 Park Newsletter in Adobe PDF format (1.88M).

Did You Know?

A fireman moves coal forward in the coal bunker of a steam locomotive to make the coal easier to use.

A large hard-working steam locomotive can use up to 6 tons of coal in about an hour. The fireman (the one who shovels the coal) might shovel 200 pounds of coal a minute! This is why railroads helped design mechanical stokers. Learn more about railroad jobs at Steamtown NHS in Scranton, PA. More...