Radisson Lackawanna Station Hotel Scranton
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Another gem in our National Parks system, Steamtown tells the story of the role that steam railroading played in the development of our country. The park occupies 40 acres of the Scranton, Pennsylvania railroad yard of the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad, once one of the largest rail yards in the country. At its peak it employed 4000 workers and had bays to service 40 steam locomotives at one time.
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Because we had a nice dock to work with, we had a moderately quick load in. I was done with my screens by about 3:30. Afterwards I went ahead with getting my camera set up. Due to an awkward position, I had a heck of a time with my back when the show was over. The camera was set to where the tripod was elevated to its highest point. With a short platform and a short seat there was no room for me ...