On the home stretch of her southbound journey back to Reading, #2102 splits the signals at CP Clint on the late afternoon of July 2, 2022.
Reading T1 #2102 blasts out of Port Clinton on the morning of July 2, 2022 demonstrating that even this heavy hitter can sprint with the best.
Passing the RBM&N's wheel truing shop, #2102 looks right at home in territory very familiar to her. The T1 has been most places many steam locomotives haven't including Horseshoe Curve and Cass, W... (more)
Ryan Frederickson, son of Shane Frederickson, throws the switch at the spur leading to the RBM&N steam shops as Reading #2102 warms her cylinders to start her trip south for a day hauling passenge... (more)
Engineer Shane Frederickson inspects his ride for July 2, 2022 as Reading T1 4-8-4 #2102 simmers outside of her home in Port Clinton, PA at the RBM&N steam shops.
RBMN #2534 leads a loaded coal train through Port Clinton, PA, on a chilly November evening in 2017. The loaded coal train will terminate in North Reading Yard for interchange with Norfolk Souther... (more)
Reading 2102 awaits the order to proceed out of the Port Clinton Steam Shops on a very warm July morning.
A Folk Hero, in the age of steam. Shane Fredrickson at the Helm of Reading and Northerns newly restored locomotive, T-1 2102
Reading & Northern Railroad has just finished the restoration of its Former Reading Railroad T-1, 2102. Here the Locomotive has just left the confines of the Engine house in Port Clinton, and ging... (more)
Reading & Northern Railroad has just finished the restoration of its Former Reading Railroad T-1, 2102. The Locomotive has completed a series of test and break in runs. Here is the Locomotive on i... (more)
Reading 2102's night crew prepares the locomotive for its second public excursion since 1991.
Reading 2102 simmers in the early morning darkness before its second Iron Horse Ramble excursion.
After facing minor mechanical issues, Reading 2102 is guided out of the shops as a prelude to the days activities.
The Port Clinton to Minersville job departs Port Clinton with an SW1500 and SW8 for power.
Reading 2102 steams up as the sun begins to rise over the mountains in Port Clinton.