On September 28th, 2014, the Reading and Northern #425 pulled an excursion from Pittston to Jim Thorpe, blowing a CNJ 3 Chime whistle through a crossing near Crestwood.
The Duo of freshly painted GP30's 2530 & 2531 shift PCA (Packaging Corporation of America) in Temple, Pa during their nightly work!
When do you think the last time there was a Scene like this. Reading power in Reading, Pa. The Reading and Northern's "Reading Turn" QARG has just cut off the cars they are dropping off,... (more)
The Crew of the QARG had just dropped off the SD40 and picked up the 2530 Just out of the shop. They backed the power up to their train, and here she is making her first pull of QARG cars towards ... (more)
Last night was the Debut of 2530 on her inaugural run on QARG/RGQA. 2530 was picked up in Port Clinton by the QARG crew on the southern trip from Tamaqua. This pick up would allow for her to lead ... (more)
The headlights of RBMN 2530 cut through the night while waiting at N. Reading for permission onto Norfolk Southern rails.
The Reading Turn holds at N. Reading before crossing onto Norfolk Southern rails to work Spring Street yard in Reading, PA. This is the first run for these locomotives together on a train, both we... (more)
After running up to Pottsville for the inaugural RDC trip...well what was suppose to be...the Short train comes flying through Landingsville going back to Port Clinton
Reading And Northern crew member is lubricating the bell ringer on 425
Locomotive 425 Gets service during a misty rain in Nesquehoning pa
On a misty rainy morning Reading and Northern 425 puts on a great steam show as she departs with a special.
As the rain is just about to pick up and CNJ 113 is backing down into the yard at Port Clinton, 113 has just completed her trip down from Minersville.
Together once again, 425 and 2102 sit side by side in Port Clinton, while 2102 is not under steam she still looks impressive. 425 is sitting here on display for a photo charter the next day. This ... (more)
425 puts on a good show as she heads back to Port Clinton.