An attractive display in the Steamtown Park.
The MA&N has a good supply of ALCO power.
A nice lash-up of two RS3's and an C420 roll over the diamond that crosses the turntable track for the Steamtown National Park Roundhouse.
Just getting started after an air test for the NKP 514 and a few coaches before a day of running short excursions at Steamtown.
Bridge 60 Tower in the background, a Reading RS3 at Steamtown sits in the yard.
Two Reading F7's sit on display at Steamtown National Park.
The Nickel Plate GP9 takes a small trip through the Steamtown Yard providing a bit of excitement between the Delaware Lackawanna shifting moves.
LV 414 leads two RS-3's for work in Carbondale.
129 Tons of Reading Glory sits on display at Steamtown National Park.
This F3 sits tucked away in the Roundhouse in Steamtown.
Canadian National Railways 4-6-4 waiting its fate. Colors of rusting, corrosion and legacy paint show through the weathered exterior.
Two of Delaware Lackawanna's working ALCO fleet take the weekend off to allow the Railfest visitors to appreciate them.
BM&R 425 has just been serviced and is backing down to couple onto its train.
Reading FP7 locomotives on display at the entrance of the Steamtown National Historic Site for Railfest 2013. FP7 902 is currently owned by Reading Company Technical and Historical Society.