Lackawanna and Wyoming Valley RHS
Oneida Clipper, A Rare Mileage Photo Freight Excursion
The L&WV Chapter is running a rare mileage excursion from Port Clinton to Oneida Junction and Morea. More Information
A Child's Christmas
One thing that we do on occasion is have a raffle to help cover the cost of operating the stations. This year's raffle was a Lionel "O" Lackawanna FM Trainmaster. Through the generosity of a friend this locomotive was donated to us. See More
Johnson College Builds Wooden Ornaments For Chapter
Johnson College Carpentry and Cabinentmaking Department makes full size orgaments for Chapter for use at Moscow Station.
Holiday Raffle Winner
The lucky winner of the 2107 Holiday Train Raffle is Steve Klem of Olyphant, PA. Congratulations to Mr. Klem.
The prize was a Lionel O gauge Fairbanks-Morse Trainmaster diesel locomotive painted for the Lackawanna Railroad.
Thanks to all who purchased raffle tickets, the proceeds of which will help maintain the Moscow Stations.
Sentimental Journey Slide Show
Our annual slide show was held at the Dupont Host Company. Web Album
Picnic Held At Moscow Station
The Chapter recently held its Annual Picnic Meeting at Moscow Station. The grounds surrounding the Station and Freight House are beautiful. It is a nice place for a picnic, in some historic Lackawanna Railroad buildings. Web Album
The Chapter's 2018 Calendar.As an annual project and fund raiser, the Lackawanna and Wyoming Valley Rail Historical Society puts together a calendar, featuring photographs of local rail lines. The photos are from the collections of members of the chapters. Everything from steam, traction and interurban, diesels and local landmarks have been in past calenders as well as some current photos. 2018 Calendar
Moscow Freight Station Repainted
Through a grant, the Chapter has had the Moscow Freight Station repainted into its orignal color scheme. The vintage DL&W building has went from a reddish brown to a handsome green wth red trim. Other improvements are planned. Repainted Freight Station
Laurel Line Slide Show / 125th Anniversary of Trolley Car DVDs
The Chapter's has released 2 DVD's. One is a Slideshow on DVD of Ed Miller's photography. The other is for the 125th Anniversary of Scranton's First Electric Trolley Car of 1886. This DVD features the films of Ed Miller. You can order these online or at Scranton Hobby, Scranton, the Trolley Museum, Scranton, PA. More Information
Sample Of Chapter Activities
Chapter Members are involved in many different activities. Some things Chapter Members enjoy are :