I was in Scranton on 1/12/14 at the DL shops, and saw most of the road fleet dead with stacks capped. Also saw an ex-CONRAIL GP-10(?) marked "DLRWY" coupled to one of the EL painted C-425s behind the shop. Hope this isn't an omen for the future! The C 425 must have suffered a main generator problem, as the generator was removed from the carbody. New parts installed on the prime mover and careful storage of removed hood parts and the generator shield indicate a resurrection sometime in the future. Her sister EL painted C 425, along with the ex-ADIRONDACK SCENIC C 424 (DL 4243) were capped and stored on the food distribution warehouse lead. Only units not in attendance were the 2 M420's, the "Lehigh Valley" painted C-420, and DL painted C 420 (DL 405). Also, I didn't see the C-636 (DL 3642) or the C 630M (DL 3000). I know that the C 636's front truck had been removed and repaired last fall, and the unit was then stored on the food distributor warehouse lead when completed. M 636 (DL 4743) was on one of the shop leads with stack capped, along with a RS11 (DL 1804), RS32 (DL 211), and all three RS-3's. Hope all these sleeping ALCOs were just a sign of a seasonal traffic fall-off, rather than of a long term economic problem.