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Interesting and informative, not just museum but a working railyard
long lift lines, not enough seating in lodge
In a nutshell
All aboard! See the trains and trolleys in Scranton.
ilyathemuromets Says: Mall at Steamtown has a very cool display of model trains and replicas of building around scranton. Trains are going places and carrying all kinds of containers. People are enjoying themselves on an ice skating rink. There is even a group of firefighters trying to extinguish...
Scranton is accesible by I-81 from Harrisburg/Central New York, I-84 from New England and Hudson Valley areas, 1-380 which connects to I-80 from NYC, Poconos, and New Jersey, I-476 from Philadelphia and Lehigh Valley. It is located 2 hrs. from Philadelphia and New York City.
Written Sep 1, 2002
Crazy hats and apparel are favorite ways for families to dress so that their relatives can spot them on the slopes.
My family prefers walkie-talkies over crazy hats though! Sharing airwaves with other walkie-talkie users can be quite interesting...
Updated Feb 9, 2003
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Scranton tends to be quite a bit more cloudy and defnitely more rainy in the summer months than an average American city (excepting maybe Rochester, NY). Having an umbrella handy in the car and one of those clear plastic wrap-coats tucked in the glove compartment can save you from getting into a surprise shower and ruining your vacation clothes.
Updated Mar 24, 2007