Reading and Northern 4-6-2 425 leads the railroad Fall Foliage Excursion across the 1000ft long Hometown High Bridge on a beautiful fall day
Reading and Northern's Autumn Leaf climbing Hometown Hill past a marsh near Greenwood Lake. The train will soon be cresting the hill and soaring over the massive Hometown Trestle.
Reading and Northern GP38-2s 2012 and 2011 bracket the "Hometown High Bridge Train" seen here rolling of its namesake bridge over the Little Schuykill River.
Reading & Northern Baldwin 4-6-2 #425 leads northbound steam excursion OSJT (Reading Outer Station to Jim Thorpe) over the Hometown High Bridge on the R&N Main Line at Hometown, PA on October 12, ... (more)
The 425 works upgrade towards Nesquehoning and Jim Thorpe.
During a November snowstorm, the North Reading Fast Freight rolls by Greenwood Lake with wine cars bound for a distributor in Scranton.
Seen high above the Little Schuylkill River valley, CNJ RS3 1554 pulls an excursion train over the high bridge at Hometown, Pennsylvania.
With fall pretty much over, and colder temps settling in, I decided to throw back to February 2016 where we see Reading Northern 4-6-2 425 storming across the Hometown High Bridge on the ex CNJ Ne... (more)
The pops are singing and R&N #425 has a clear stack as she assaults the grade on Hometown Hill. #425 in this picture is pulling the SD50 and all 13 cars behind her at about 10 mph. If you want a s... (more)
The Highbridge425 walks across the 161 feet tall, 981 feet long ex-CNJ Highbridge above the Little Schuylkill River in the prime of golden hour. The location for the angle opposite ... (more)
Reading & Northern's southbound freight train NRFF rolls along Greenwood Lake near Hometown, PA with a pair of clean SD40-2s on a beautiful early fall day in October 2017.
A silhouette featuring Reading & Northern's 4-6-2 Pacific leading a Fall foliage excursion over the famed Hometown Trestle. Though I've been here before, I couldn't pass up the colors in 2016, th... (more)
Reading & Northern 425 leads an Autumn Leaf Excursion over the 1000 foot long, 168 foot tall Hometown High Bridge on its way to Jim Thorpe.
Reading and Northern SD50's 5014 and 5017 leads train NRFF across Hometown Highbridge, with freight bound for Jim Thorpe from North Reading.
Pacific Steam Locomotive #425 deadheads back to Port Clinton, PA after a day of pulling excursions for the Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railway out of Jim Thorpe.