Carl's Scranton Area Site


I am a native New Yorker who has lived outside of the Pocono Mountains in Scranton, Pennsylvania, for the past 42 years. 

This website is about the Scranton area, friends and family.... some other odds and ends... and lots of pictures!  

Thanks for stopping by the my site.  Enoy the pictures and information.

 Also, visit my main page at for my
WNEP-TV & WDAU-TV Tribute pages, my family genealogy page and New York Mets page.




Above Left: Me and my sparring partner Larry Holmes kicking back after a  softball game.  Larry invited his team and my team back to his spacious home near Easton, PA for a cookout.  Right:  Hall, me and Oates after a concert at the Broome County  Arena in  Binghamton, New York. The concert was part of the "H2O" tour. 

Scranton, Pennsylvania

All about Scranton:  Scranton has a population of  over 70,000 and is also known as "Steamtown" and "The Electric City."  Below are some pictures of the Scranton from above.


The following photos of the City of Scranton were taken in February of 2005.  Since then, the downtown area has come back.  Besides several new buildings, many older historic buildings have been renovated and turned into downtown apartments and condos.













Above:  The New Southern Union Headquarters under construction (lower left with yellow front on top) and the steel skeleton of the new Hilton Hotel and Conference Center Parking Garage/Shops

A lot of development is going on in the City of Scranton.. above, a large crane is in place at the  Southern Union Headquarters under construction in the downtown. (photo taken in 2004)


The Steamtown National Historic Site was created by an act of Congress in 1986 to preserve and teach the history of steam railroading. The National Park Service preserves the history with programs, a working locomotive shop and roundhouse, seasonal short tours of the yard by train, and seasonal excursions.

Above: A Steamtown train near Scranton and leaving Steamtown USA in Downtown Scranton




Below: Pictures of the Steamtown National Historic Site from above:




Photos from Skycam 16

Susquehanna Steam Electric Plant

Susquehanna Steam Electric Plant #2

Susquehanna Steam Electric Plant #3

Lake Scranton


Wilkes-Barre Area

Pittston Area

Intersatate 380 Twin Bridges

Interstate 380/84 View from Dunmore

Lackawanna Valley

Interstate 81 Scranton

Lehigh Valley Tunnel North Side

Part of the Wyoming Valley

Lackawanna County Stadium (Now PNC Park)

Part of Downtown Scranton from the Harrison Avenue Bridge.  Pictured in the center is the historic Lackawanna Station, now the Radisson at Lackawanna Station... on the left is the new Hilton Hotel and Conference Center.


Downtown Scranton from the Hill Section


Neighboring Wilkes-Barre PA from above


Of course... I had to get the girls on the web site....

 Miss Gracie



 Miss Mabel



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