RailPictures.Net Photo: CNJ 1554 Central Railroad of New Jersey Alco RS-3 at Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania by Doug Lilly
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» Central Railroad of New Jersey (more..)
» Alco RS-3 (more..)
» Unknown
» Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania, USA (more..)
» July 27, 1985
Locomotive No./Train ID Photographer
» CNJ 1554 (more..)
» Unknown
» Doug Lilly (more..)
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For over thirty years, before the Reading & Northern came to town, George Hart’s Rail Tours, Inc. provided excursions out of Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania. Here passengers prepare to board a train pulled by Hawk Mountain Chapter, NRHS’ Jersey Central RS3. Also seen are an old coach and a “fireless cooker” once owned by the Pennsylvania Power & Light Company. The 0-6-0 stored-steam loco has since been seen in Tamaqua, on display in a blue quasi-Thomas paint scheme, with Reddy Kilowatt on the nose
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