Reading, Blue Mountain, and Northern 425 (ex-GM&N 4-6-2 Pacific) leads a passenger special westbound through the tunnel under state route 93 in Nesquehoning, PA.
On a crisp fall morning, Reading and Northern 425 awakes the little town of Port Clinton as it brings its train in for station stop on the way to Jim Thorpe. The 1928 Baldwin Pacific is seen passi... (more)
Southern Railway's last GP38-2, no. 5256, now wears Reading Company green and yellow as it pulls a special passenger train for the Schuylkill Haven Boro Days across the de-silting pond south of La... (more)
Reading and Northern's Jim Thorpe Extra, which ran the "Fast Freight" route in reverse to accommodate MofW outages, is ready to depart Jim Thorpe after picking up its train at the Packer... (more)
After making a stop at Port Clinton, the northbound Fall Foliage special blows through Molino on the way to Jim Thorpe.
Shuffle your feet, lose your seat. Before Norfolk Southern Railroad sold their set of F units that had been dedicated to power most Office Car Specials, they were renumbered from 4270-4271 and 427... (more)
"Mehoopin' on a River"
just before Sunrise, Reading Blue Mountain and Northern Pacific 425 has just recently been awakened for another days work, and prepares to head towards Reading Outer Station for a fall foliage run... (more)
"Tissue Stop on the Paper Run"
Reading and Northern NRFF runs north on the R&N Mainline past American Premium Coal, one of the many coal dealers still active in Blue Mountain region of Pennsylvania.
"Nesquehoning Derailment"The Reading & Northern North Reading Fast Freight derailed while passing thru the town of Nesquehonning this evening on the way to Pittston.. Numerous cars... (more)
Reading and Northern NRFF runs west on the Nesquehoning Branch along Tippets Road with one of their GP39RNs leading the trip back towards Reading.
Reading Blue Mountain and Northern 425 Passes through the Tamaqua Tunnel on one of the railroads Fall Foliage excursions.
Reading Blue Mountain and Northern 425, just outside of Hometown, PA, Passes by Hauto Dam on one of its fall foliage excursions to Jim Thorpe, PA