Ex-Reading T1 2102 passes the newly activated signals at River while crossing the Lehigh River.
A pair of SD40-2s pass the crowd at Jim Thorpe Jct. as they bring the JTOS train back into town. Though classics in their own right, the crowd's interest is not in them but Reading T-1 2102 on the... (more)
A North Reading Extra crew that acted as protect power for the day's 2102 excursion shoves the train around the new wye bridge over the Lehigh River.
A set of SD40-2s wye an excursion train after its arrival at Jim Thorpe.
With e Reading & Northern Ramble laid over in Jim Thorpe for almost 4 hours, one needs to find something to kill the time. During the lay over back in May, my kids and I did some hiking in the Le... (more)
Reading 2102 coasts downgrade through Millers Field as it nears Port Clinton with the second Iron Horse Ramble excursion in 2022.
The July 2, Reading & Northern Ramble return trip from Jim Thorpe to North Reading, PA, rolls across the Hometown Trestle with the former Reading T-1 4-8-4 2102 in charge of the big passenger cons... (more)
Reading 2102 stomps through the Pennsylvania countryside at Molino. This shot would not have been possible as recent as 6 or so months ago as a pine tree forest once inhabited this area.
Reading 2102 swings around the western leg of the wye at Nesquehoning Junction as she prepares for the return trip of the most recent Iron Horse Ramble.
Reading & Northern 425 powers up the grade north of Tamaqua with its exhaust booming off the surrounding mountains and its Reading 6 Chime screaming for the crossing.
After dropping 19 car loads of passengers at the station in downtown Jim Thorpe, Reading & Northern T-1 #2102 turns the train on the wye utilizing the "new" connection between the Readin... (more)
Former Reading T-1 #2102 leads a 19 car Reading & Northern Ramble past the dual mast signal at "MULLER". This is the first Ramble of 2102's reborn career, and it drew thousands of rail f... (more)
With massive crowds on hand to see Reading & Northern T-1 no. 2102, GP38-2 no. 2013 provided a bit of vibrant color amongst the sea of red passenger cars at Jim Thorpe.
R&N 2102 thunders across the Little Schuylkill River over the seldom photographed bridge at New Ringgold under a steady drizzle.
The 2102's stack blast during the climb up Hometown Hill was a veritable tornado, leaving a whirlwind of falling leaves in its wake.