Sorry if this is old and repetitive news to some...The former DL&W/EL station was converted into a hotel back in the early 80s and opened as a Hilton franchise. It is indeed presently a Radisson. According to most accounts, this station was the most impressive along DL&W's main and also served as Scranton Division HQ, both in DL&W and EL days. The last EL passenger train to stop there was what was left of The Lake Cities in January 1970. For a time, Steamtown boarded excursions from the station.
The former DL&W Erecting Shops have never fallen into disuse. They've been manufacturing artillery shells there since, I believe, the mid-50s. However, there are no explosives whatsoever involved. The plant makes shells alone. I would imagine business is brisk at the moment. If you ever have time to walk around the perimeter of this compound of buildings, you'll get a sense of how sprawling they are, and the immensity of the work the DL&W must've done there in the steam era.