Crew members Brian Messinger, Keith Strobel, and Ryan Bausher check and record the temperature of Reading 2102's bearings shortly before the locomotive departs for Reading for the final leg of its... (more)
Reading Blue Mountain & Northern T-1 no. 2102 is putting on a show at the railroad's Port Clinton engine house as it's prepared for its day hauling a fall foliage excursion ... (more)
After making its first stop in Port Clinton, PA, Reading Blue Mountain & Northern T-1 no. 2102 is seen leaving the railroad's headquarters en-route to Jim Thorpe.
Reading Blue Mountain & Northern's 4-8-4 T1 #2102 is on the point of the fall foliage express train OSJT (Outer Station-Jim Thorpe) preparing to go under the PA Route 61 Overpass as fall colors co... (more)
Reading 2102 thunders out of Port Clinton as it passes by the Reading & Northern Steam Shop amid the falling leaves in the autumn breeze.
Reading Blue Mountain & Northern SW8M no. 802 (EMD, 1950-1954) is seen at the railroad's engine facility in Port Clinton pulling T-1 no. 2102 onto the main line. From ... (more)
A spectacularly soggy Saturday is still better spent trackside in PA than anything I can think of in the fall. A Fall Foliage special from Outer Station Reading is easing into the Port Clinton de... (more)
Reading 2102 accelerates out of Port Clinton on a gloomy fall morning.
Reading 2102 rockets out of Port Clinton on a gorgeous October morning.
Crew members Chuck Trusdell and Shane Frederickson watch as Reading 2102's air compressors warm up.
Reading 2102 steams along the steam shop spur on a clear September morning.
Reading 2102 pulls off of the Port Clinton Turntable as it steams out of the Reading & Northern Steam Shop on a cool September morning.
Reading 2102 briefly pauses on the Reading & Northern mainline to allow Reading & Northern 802 to return to the steam shop.
Reading 2102's crew (Ryan Bausher, Brian Messinger, Larry Curvey, and Shane Frederickson) prepare to leave the steam shop for the move south to Reading.
Reading 2102 opens its cylinder cocks as it departs Port Clinton with its excursion.