These are some of my numerous photos and slides of Steamtown and Railcamp. Steamtown, located in Scranton, PA, is run by the National Park Service. Railcamp is run by the National Railway Historical Society (NRHS) each year at Steamtown and teaches teenage railfans about railroad preservation, operations, and safety.

This is Steamtown's roster of active or soon to be (hopefully) active locomotives:

Canadian Pacific #2317 (a class G3c Pacific), excursion service;
Canadian National #3254 (a Mikado), undergoing 5-year inspection/overhaul;
Nickel Plate Road #514 (an EMD GP9 diesel), yard work and caboose rides;
Baldwin Locomotive Works #26 (an 0-6-0, Baldwin's former shop switcher), undergoing 5-year inspection/overhaul;
Pennsylvania Railroad #1361 (a K4s class Pacific), being restored for the Railroaders Memorial Museum in Altoona, PA;
Boston & Maine # 3713 (a class P4a Pacific), being restored by the Lackawanna & Wyoming Valley chapter of the NRHS for excursion service.

Steamtown also has many other locomotives, cars and other equipment sitting in its yard.